Panda Mania!

In the wild, giant pandas are only found in mountainous regions of which country?

  • A. Japan
  • B. South Korea
  • C. Cambodia
  • D. China

81% of players knew the correct answer: D., China

Giant pandas are native to China, where they're considered a national treasure. They're found only in remote regions of central China, in bamboo forests where they eat bamboo for 12 hours each day. Giant pandas found in zoos around the world are on loan from the Chinese government.


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Question of the Day: Panda Mania!
Did you know when giant pandas are born, they're about the size of a stick of butter? In this Flashcast, Murray and Tamika discuss all things panda-related, including how pandas spend their time and the panda agreement China has with other countries.

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