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Why Is The Panda Bear Endangered? What Do They Kill Them For?

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In some societies the skin of the panda is considered as a sign of courage, and it is because of this, poachers are targeting this endangered species.

The popular perception about poaching is that these animals are killed for their medicinal use, but hardly any evidence is found about its medicinal use. The only use that was described was the use of its urine, which was used to melt a needle if it was accidentally swallowed.

The history about its skin being used as a sign of courage is that when Emperor Taizong of Tang gave two giant pandas and also a sheet of panda skin as a goodwill signature to Japan, everyone started believing it as a sign of courage.
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I think their are endengered because they are beautiful animals and many people want to kill them for rugs and coats. They also don't work well with other pandas in captivity and many pandas are in captivity so they can't repoduce well enough to keep the species going. In the wild they are also a very good target for wild dogs and other wild animals.
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CAROL LEE answered
They don't reproduce well in captivity and their main source of nourishment is bamboo.
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Mostly pandas are killed for their fur. I guess.
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For their fur
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