Cool Panda Coloring Pages

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The giant panda is very rare. You can only find the giant panda in the mountain forests of China. Because the giant panda is threatened with extinction, it is a protected species.

Printable Panda Coloring Pages

Baby Panda Coloring Pages
Baby Panda Coloring Pages
Coloring Pages Panda
Coloring Pages Panda
Combo Panda Coloring Pages
Combo Panda Coloring Pages
Cute Baby Panda Coloring Pages
Cute Baby Panda Coloring Pages
Cute Panda Coloring Pages
Cute Panda Coloring Pages
Adult Coloring Pages Panda
Adult Coloring Pages Panda

Because of their low energy diet, they avoid stressful situations and effort, preferring shallow slopes and solitary life. They use perfume brands to avoid one another. 

Giant pandas do not roar like other bears but bleat like goats or honk their horns and growl to communicate with each other. The cubs whine and croak for attention.

Giant Pandas spend their lives eating bamboo and walking in the forest. It takes about 12 to 38 kilograms of food per day for a giant panda, about 40% of its weight. 

Giant Pandas prefer to eat tender stems, shoots, and bamboo leaves, which are all more abundant in nutrition and weaker in firkins. 

Wild giant pandas feed on grasses, wild fruits, insects, mice, even lambs in the surrounding villages, and leftovers in garbage dumps.

Panda Bears Coloring Pages
Panda Bears Coloring Pages
Panda Coloring Pages For Adults
Panda Coloring Pages For Adults
Panda Coloring Pages Printable
Panda Coloring Pages Printable
Panda Coloring Pages
Panda Coloring Pages
Kung Fu Panda 3 Coloring Pages
Kung Fu Panda 3 Coloring Pages
Kung Fu Panda Coloring Pages
Kung Fu Panda Coloring Pages
Panda Bear Coloring Pages
Panda Bear Coloring Pages

They are excellent climbers and can also swim. They don’t build dens (except to put the little ones in them). If it is too cold in the mountains, they head to the valleys where it is warmer.

In addition to eating for about half a day, giant pandas spend the rest of their time sleeping. In the wild, giant pandas sleep for 2 to 4 hours between meals. 

Their preferred sleeping postures include:

  • Lying flat on their back.
  • Lying on their sides, on their stomach.
  • Stretching their legs.
  • Rolling themselves into balls.

Giant Pandas are so graceful in their movements that they can put on different types of gestures with their clumsy bodies-such as their bodies, one of the most favorite of which is to put their hind legs on trees with their front legs shading their eyes.

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