The Giant Panda Facts:
- Located in thick bamboo forests of the mountains of central China.
- Their diet consists mainly of bamboo with only 1% consisting of small animals and fish.
- Their babies are called cubs and they are pink when they are born.
- Panda’s are considered endangered due to their low population and the growing destruction of their habitat.
Adventures of Lil’ Nature Babies: Volume IV
It was a beautiful day in the mountains of central China when a loud noise suddenly awoke Lin the Panda from an afternoon nap. Lin was surprised because the cozy cave surrounded by bamboo trees was always a quiet napping spot. Despite being sleepy, Lin decided to investigate the noise.
Lin crossed the river in front of the cave and made a path through the thick bamboo. Lin spotted two little rabbits playing together. They seemed too small to have made such a big noise. Lin continued through the forest in search of the source of the noise.
The noise came back! This time it was right in front of Lin. There in the thick of the bamboo was another panda pulling up and knocking down the bamboo to eat. Excitedly, Lin yelled over the noise “hi, I’m Lin!” Lin rarely saw other panda bears in the forest and was not going to pass up the chance to make a friend
“Hi, Lin! Would you like some bamboo?” Said the other panda as it reached out its paw. “Yes, thank you,” said Lin while taking the bamboo and plopping down beside the other panda. Together the two friends sat and ate the tasty bamboo while they enjoyed each others company.