17/05/2022

# How long is a panda?

## How long is a panda?

Giant panda/Length

## How big is the average size of a panda?

The smaller females weigh up to 275 lb (125 kg) The average length of the Giant Panda is around 5 feet (1.5 m), and the average height is around 2.5 feet (0.75 m). Home Science Math and Arithmetic

## How old do pandas live in the wild?

Giant pandas grow to between 1.2m and 1.5m, and weigh between 75kg and 135kg. Scientists aren’t sure how long pandas live in the wild, but in captivity they live to be around 30 years old.

## How are giant pandas different from other bears?

Also called great pandas, parti-colored bears, bamboo bears and white bears, giant pandas are distinguished from other pandas by their large size and black-and-white coloring. Their bold coloring provides camouflage — giant pandas are nearly invisible in dense patches of bamboo, according to the Smithsonian National Zoo.

## What’s the difference between a male and female panda?

A female is more likely to accept a male whose scent she recognizes and has encountered before. Millions of Zoo visitors enjoy watching giant pandas eat. A panda usually eats while sitting upright, in a pose that resembles how humans sit on the floor.

The smaller females weigh up to 275 lb (125 kg) The average length of the Giant Panda is around 5 feet (1.5 m), and the average height is around 2.5 feet (0.75 m). Home Science Math and Arithmetic

## How long do pandas live in the wild?

A panda’s average life span in the wild is 14-20 years. But they can live up to 30 years in captivity. Giant pandas are generally solitary. Each adult has a well-defined home range. Although they are not territorial, females do not tolerate other females and sub-adults within the core areas of their range.

Also called great pandas, parti-colored bears, bamboo bears and white bears, giant pandas are distinguished from other pandas by their large size and black-and-white coloring. Their bold coloring provides camouflage — giant pandas are nearly invisible in dense patches of bamboo, according to the Smithsonian National Zoo.

## How are giant pandas able to tell their territory?

To mark their territory, giant pandas secrete a waxy scent marker from a scent gland underneath their tail. Other giant pandas can likely tell the sex, age, reproductive condition, social status and more by sniffing the potent marker, according to the San Diego Zoo.