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Ms Selby's Panda Wiki

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What do you know about pandas?

 

-Panda bears are black and white.

 

-Panda bears eat bamboo.

 

-Pandas climb in the trees. 

 

 

 

What questions do you have about pandas?

-How long does a panda live?

 

-How many babies can a panda have at one time?

 

-How does a panda sleep?

 

-Where does the panda sleep?

 

-How high can a panda climb in the tree? 

 

-Is the panda always black and white?

 

-Where can you find a panda bear?

 

-Does the panda swim?

 

We learned the following facts about pandas?

-There are 200 types of bamboo.

 

-Some bamboo will grow as tall as trees.

 

-Bamboo stalks are the hardest part of the bamboo.

 

-Panda bears eat bamboo 90% of the time.

 

-Pandas eat 20 types of bamboo.

 

-Most pandas spedn up to 16 hours a day eating.

 

-In one year they eat about 10,000 pounds of bamboo.

 

-There are 1,600 giant Panda's in the world.

 

-The Red Panda ranges from 6.5 to 25 lbs.

 

-The Red Panda eats acorns, roots, lichens

 

-The Red Panda can have 1-4 babies

 

-The Red Panda is usually active at night or early in the morning

 

-The Red Panda is clumsy on the ground

 

-The Red Panda makes small sharp whistling sounds

 

-The Red Panda is endangered

 

Book Resources:

Martin, Patricia A. Fink.  Giant Pandas.  New York:  Children's Press, 2002.

Gibbons, Gail.  Giant Pandas.  New York:  Holiday House, 2002.

Kallen, Stuart A.  Giant Pandas.  Edina:  Abdo & Daughters.  1998.

Kalman, Bobbie.  Endangered Pandas.  New York:  Crabtree Publishing.  2005.

Magazine Resources:

Pandas.  John Bonnett Wexo.  Zoobooks.  1998.

Panda At Play.  Deborah Churchman.  Ranger Rick.  Februrary 2003.  Pages 30-37.

Panda Munchkin.  Your Big Backyard.  December 2005.  Pages 4-7.

Little Red Panda.  Your Big Backyard.  May 2007. Pages 4-8. 

Internet Resources:

San Diego Zoo Panda Cam.  April 29, 2009.  http://www.sandiegozoo.org/zoo/ex_panda_station.html.

Zoo Atlanta Panda Cam.  April 28, 2009.  http://www.zooatlanta.org/animals_panda_cam.php4.

National Zoo Panda Cam.  April 30, 2009.  http://nationalzoo.si.edu/Animals/GiantPandas/.

National Geographic Kids.  April 28, 2009.  http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/.

Animal Planet.  April 29, 2009.  http://animal.discovery.com/convergence/pandas/interactives/wildpandas.html 

 

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