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Question 187

does anyone know how pandas protect themselves

By: misha
2008-03-28 14:54:55
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Answer 187

A strong adult panda is able to defend its self by either challenging the component or chasing it away. Baby pandas can't defend themselves without a mother. Once, a researcher observed a panda chasing a black bear when it got to close to her cub!

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