National Panda Day is celebrated on March 16 of every year. Pandas are big fluffy balls of the fan wearing a Tuxedo. Everyone knows what a panda looks like, and no one hates them. These cuddly little tumblers are primarily known for their prodigious appetites that give them the ability to consume massive amounts of Bamboo. Anybody, in the back, the panda hater, they were invited to leave planet Earth at any time. National Panda Day is dedicated to spreading awareness about majestic Teddy-bears of nature, spreading the word deforestation is leading to the destruction of their habitat that placed them on the angered list of animals.
History of National Panda Day
National Panda Day is created to raise awareness about protecting beautiful bears. Any rumors you’ve heard to the contrary about them not being bears is false, also in part of the Ursidae family, which places them solidly in the Bear Kingdom. Interestingly, Panda is also part of the Carnivora Order, which means they share a lot in common with dogs, like all bears. Leads very sensitive creatures and disruptions to their environment can result in issues with them reproducing. Housed in zoos and conservatories all over the world, these big guys require conservation efforts even to have a chance at recovering from their current state. Only that means while examples of the species exist in the wild, efforts must be made to protect their Habitat and even control the predators in their area. Little success had in captivity, though that’s been changing in years recently. Still, they aren’t prone to giving birth very often, and that means that any loss of their number is potentially tragic.
Other Celebrations on March 16
March 16 is also celebrated as
How To Celebrate the National Panda Day
Celebrating the day is quite easy and simple to remember. Just spread awareness word deforestation is leading to the destruction of their habitat. Also, by buying Panda themed wear panda-themed clothes, they also help them to spread awareness of this endangered species. People can use #PandaDay to spread awareness on social media about Deforestation.
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