The years of conservation efforts on giant pandas in China have proven successful as these adorable bears have been downgraded from being "Endangered" to Vulnerable" on the Interational Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List of Threatened Species. However, is climate change trumping everything that China has done for the past years?
Giant pandas may be cute, but these furry creatures have some trouble when it comes to getting some love action. According to a recent study from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, giant pandas have some problems in digesting bamboo, which results to stomachaches and consequently, a not-so-active sex life.
China successfully used conservation methods to preserve giant panda populations, but researchers have pointed out some ways that a broader series of efforts could help other animals.
Giant pandas are known for their voracious appetite for bamboo, but these furry mammals are actually meant to eat meat.
Giant pandas are most recognized by their black-and-white coat and voracious appetite for Chinese bamboo, however, these animals largely remain a mystery. But new research is giving an unprecedented glimpse into the secret life of these pandas.