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by Jill Anderson

ePub Giant Pandas (Wild Ones) download
Author:
Jill Anderson
ISBN13:
978-1559719384
ISBN:
1559719389
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Publisher:
Cooper Square Publishing Llc (April 1, 2006)
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Subcategory:
Biological Sciences
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1341 kb
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With simple, direct words and clear, close-up color photo images, this small book in the Wild Ones series does an excellent job of introducing preschoolers to the basic facts

With simple, direct words and clear, close-up color photo images, this small book in the Wild Ones series does an excellent job of introducing preschoolers to the basic facts. Excellent choices for young reader or for read alouds. -school library journal.

The giant panda, also known as panda bear or simply panda, is a bear native to south central China. It is easily recognized by the large, distinctive black patches around its eyes, over the ears, and across its round body. The name "giant panda" is sometimes used to distinguish it from the distantly related red panda.

That adorability is one reason the giant panda is an international sensation as well as a cultural icon, an economic .

That adorability is one reason the giant panda is an international sensation as well as a cultural icon, an economic gold mine, and a source of national pride in China-the only country in which these Asian bears still survive. Now the whole world is watching China’s dogged attempt to keep pandas on the map-which in some ways has been an unprecedented success. Like many endangered species, giant pandas have declined as a growing human population has grabbed wild lands for human uses. That problem hasn’t gone away since the species was labeled endangered in 1990.

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Giant pandas look like bears but they have a distinctive black and white appearance. Their four legs are covered in black fur and they have a black band around their shoulders as well as their eyes and ears. Here's one fact that you may not have noticed before. Guess what color their tail is? It’s white! One more question, do you know what the color the new-born pandas? They are pink! Learn Top 8 Surprising Things You Didn't Know about Baby Pandas. A wild giant panda typically stands at 75 centimeters (2½ feet) tall and . meters (5 feet) long

Online reading text about giant pandas with 40 questions focusing mainly on verb tenses: present . It is one of the most severely. Chinese books over two thousand years old show giant pandas with mystical powers. think thought were thinking.

Online reading text about giant pandas with 40 questions focusing mainly on verb tenses: present rfect. Other questions target modal verbs, passive voice, vocabulary and understanding. dangerous endangered extinct. species in the world.

Giant pandas in the wild will occasionally eat other grasses, wild tubers, or even meat in the form of birds, rodents o. .

With simple, direct words and clear, close-up color photo images, this small book in the Wild Ones series does an excellent job of introducing preschoolers to the basic facts.Far from the usual tedious account, this enlivens the astonishing facts of the giant. ―-BOOKLIST (Giraffes)These books present colorful, clear, often close-up photos...Excellent choices for young reader or for read alouds. ―-SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL