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Panda Bear’s Progenitor

China is an only country which has panda. Panda exists in this world as a valuable species. Panda's existence is a very important issue. Therefore, it is necessary to love panda and create nice living conditions for them.


Panda, as rarest animal in the world is usually called panda by us. Panda becomes our first-grade national protected animal because it is especially scarce. There are two colors on its body. We often call it "China's national treasure". China is an only country which has panda. It is a kind of bear. Panda's habitats are Sichuan Province and Shanxi Province in China. In the whole world, there are about 1590 wild pandas. A grown panda can grow 120 to 190 centimeters. Its body weight can reach 85 to 125 kilograms. Bamboo is their food. Panda's lovely look makes people love them. In 1961, the World Wildlife Fund was founded and it chose panda as its symbol. It is an important symbol of species protection. In addition, it also represents the friendship between China and other countries.
Panda's ancestor is Ailuaractos lufengensis. Actually, its scientific name is Parailurus. It refers to a kind of bear which is alike to a cat. That is to say, essentially it is a bear, but it looks like a cat. We can say that "panda" is an inaccurate noun. There is a story about its name. Before liberation, Chongqing's Beibei Museum exhibited the specimen of Ailuropus. People can see the word "Ailuropus". However, people read the headline of newspaper from right to left. So the reporters read this word as panda rather than Ailuropus. Because of medium, people knew this word "panda". People were used to call it panda, and it is hard for them to correct it. From then on, they call it "panda". Panda's forefather is alike to bear's, so scientists decide to call it "Ailuropus". They are both carnivore.
Panda's fossil reveals that in pluvial early period they lived in the world. It was about two to three million years ago. Panda reached its zenith hundreds of thousands of years ago. It is a part of stegodon biota. Panda's habitats covered the most parts of China's east and south. This area covers from Beijing to Burma's south and Vietnam's north. These fossils often are found in temperate rain forest or subtropical rainforest. Their elevation is from 500 to 700 meters. Little by little, other species became extinct one after another. But pandas still exist now and they keep all the old features. These fossils have much scientific value, so these are regarded as "living fossils". In China, we call it "national treasure". But there are only a few places that pandas can perch. People see the changes of their habitats in modern times. In these several hundred years, we found that pandas' many habitats vanished. The reasons are China' population increased and people used abundant lands. Before, pandas lived in river valley, but now people are living there. Pandas need bamboos to live. However, their must choose the places where they can find bamboos. NowFree Web Content, our government has taken a series of effective measures to protect these endangered living fossils. Pandas' survival and downfall have attracted the public's attention. We have many significant tasks to do for pandas. We must search more comfortable habitats for pandas. So they can live better and reproduce more pandas.


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