Giant Panda All Set To Welcome Year 2021 In Japan

Aizbah KhanWeb Editor

31st Dec, 2020. 12:59 am
Giant Panda All Set To Welcome Year 2021 In Japan

A giant panda named Saihin was given unique ice blocks shaped into the numbers “2021” in commemoration of the upcoming year at the Adventure World amusement park in Shirahama, Japan.

The female giant panda was born in Japan in 2018.

Giant pandas are animals that prefer to live alone without forming a pack. They leave their mothers around 1 or 2 years old in the wild and spend their time alone.

Three million years ago, when the world was covered with snow, the panda was still on the ground, as evidenced by the panda’s jaw, which was found in a cave in China

The jaw was discovered by a Chinese farmer and is now preserved in a museum in southwest China’s Guizhou Province.

It is estimated that there are only about 1,000 pandas in the Chinese province, where bamboo is widely grown, but the panda population is declining rapidly.

This is because of the growing human population. In three provinces of China, there are large and mature pandas, fed on sugarcane-like bamboo.

Such bamboo forests are no less than a paradise for pandas. These forests are always foggy and located in the mountains where there is a lot of rain. These forests are so dense that it is difficult to pass through them. Pand’s favourite food is sugarcane-like bamboo plants, which he has to work very hard to obtain.

It is a solitary animal. A young panda weighs about three hundred pounds. A male panda weighs five to ten per cent more than its female. His age cannot be estimated. All that is known is that it lives for about twenty-five years.

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