Black n White.

They are the cutest creatures who are painted in black and white. With a bear shape and a cat face, they are members of the bear family.

Now take a look at them. Black fur on ears, nose, eyes patches, and shoulders and the rest is white. They move slowly and clumsily. However, each movement only makes them cuter and cuter like they care about nothing.

They live in a few mountain ranges in central China, mainly in the Sichuan province, but also in the Shaanxi and Gansu provinces. They spend their lives roaming and feeding in the bamboo forests.

They have simple eating habits. They eat bamboo only, so they have to live in certain places where large amount of bamboo can be found. But in the zoos, the can eat some other things like rice porridge, apples, sweet potatoes and carrots.

However, as a result of farming, deforestation and other development, they have been driven out of the lowland areas where it once lived.

As a universally loved peaceful animal, Its population is small and isolated as its traditional forest habitat in southwest China’s mountainous areas becomes fragmented.

The government has set up more than 30 reserves, but habitat destruction and poaching continues to pose a threat to them living outside. With rapid economic development, it is more important than ever to ensure their survival.

Check this out to protect them!!!

http://www.slack.net/~rd/wanglang/panda_threats_and_protection.htm

They move slowly, they are angels in black and white.
They are the cutest animals in the world.
They are in danger, and they need help now.
They are Pandas.

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