Ming Ming Dies R.I.P

May 18, 2011 by staff 

Ming Ming Dies R.I.PMing Ming Dies R.I.P, Ming Ming is the world’s oldest panda. She died of old age at 34 years of age. The average lifespan of a panda in the wild is about half that age. The Chinese media reported the death of the oldest panda in captivity has lived. Ming Ming died of old age at 34 years of age. This is more than haf of age reaching a panda in the wild, which is 15 years old. Held in captivity, the bear can reach an average of 22 years of age.

Associated Press announced Tuesday that Ming Ming, who has been living at the zoo in the province of Guangdong, has died of kidney failure. No other details about his death. The Panda Protection Center of China’s Sichuan province, said the bear died long before this month, on May 7, but the media reported the news only on Tuesday.

Ming Ming is a giant panda. His species is one of the most endangered species in the world at this time. There are only 1,600 people living in the wild. Another 300 live in captivity in China. Are carried out in order to boost the population of giant pandas. When individuals in a captive breeding program.

China has also provided other giant pandas to zoos worldwide.

The giant panda lives alone in a remote mountainous region in China. Usually about 130 pesos – 140 kg and is 6 feet tall. It is a solitary mammal. He has a highly developed sense of smell, which helps to protect men and women found in the mating season. The female is five months pregnant and gives birth to a maximum of two pups. However, it rarely happens that both babies see the maturity. Puppies are born white. Over time, developing his unique style in black and white.

Giant Pandas love bamboo. You can eat up to 28 kilos of bamboo a day. They have two meals a day, one every 12 hours. Bamboo meets all the nutritional needs of the bear. Rarely eat birds or rodents. When they eat, take a relaxed, as we do when sitting comfortably on a sofa. Although they seem too sedentary, who have an active life, with the ability to climb trees? And they are excellent swimmers, too.

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