Multichocolate that was awesome :)
Mrs DuRoss-Smith Wow, you presented some new information that I did not know about the Giant Panda and the Red Panda. Great job!
Ms Fryer What a contrast the giant panda and red panda are, yet they are both in need of saving! Thank you for sharing your presentation.
Mrs Murphy I really enjoyed your presentation and found out many interesting facts. Thank you from Merrylands East Public School.
kayla. that was awesome!!
s3penrithps by students of 5/6W, 2011
ianmclean You've found some great panda facts and strong images. I had no idea that pandas climbed down trees head first - and how amazing that you even found a logo with a panda doing that.
s3penrithps Thank you to the following "Flickr" Creative Commons photographers: The Moment Now, based on Kai Sheng's original photo, le niners, Brian Wilkins, Cuba Far Away, Chiot's Run, nodoca, rckoenes, DC Zwick, Travis S., kevinzim.
s3penrithps Researched by Nicole, Emily, Binta & Kayla. References included: "National geographic" magazines, http://www.enchantedlearning.com/, "Animals" by Martin Walker, http://exploringnature.org/, "Giant panda", "Big book of animals", "The panda" website, "Encarta for kids" CD-ROM. and "Baby animals: pandas".
s3penrithps Here are some facts about pandas:
s3penrithps There are less than 1000 giant pandas left in the wild.
s3penrithps They may spend up to 16 hours a day eating bamboo.
s3penrithps Giant pandas are only found in the mountain regions of Central China.
s3penrithps Their habitats are being lost as the bamboo is cut down and burned.
s3penrithps Did you know that giant pandas always climb down a tree head first?
s3penrithps Red pandas are much smaller creatures and live in Nepal. Red pandas also depend on bamboo.
s3penrithps They spend most of their time in trees.
s3penrithps We need to act now to save the pandas before only skeletons are left.
s3penrithps Or stuffed toys.