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Giant panda, also known as panda bear or giant panda, is a bear native to South Central China. There are obvious black spots around the eyes, above the ears and on the whole round body, which is easy to recognize. Sometimes the name "giant panda" is used to distinguish it from unrelated pandas. Although it belongs to Carnivora, the diet of giant pandas contains more than 99% bamboo. Pandas in the wild occasionally eat other grass, wild tubers, and even meat in the form of birds, rodents or carrion. In captivity, they may receive honey, eggs, fish, yams, Bush leaves, oranges or bananas and special food.

Giant pandas live in some mountains in Central China, mainly in Sichuan, but also in neighboring Shaanxi and Gansu. Thanks to farming, deforestation and other developments, the giant panda has been driven out of the lowlands where it once lived.

Giant pandas are vulnerable species related to conservation. According to a 2007 report, 239 giant pandas are in captivity in China and 27 in foreign countries. As of December 2014, there were 49 giant pandas living outside China and being held in 18 zoos in 13 countries. Field population estimates vary; an estimate shows that about 1590 people live in the field, compared with a 2006 study that estimated that the number could be as high as 2000 to 3000 through DNA analysis. Some reports also show that the number of wild pandas is increasing. In March 2015, mongabay pointed out that the population of wild giant pandas increased by 268, or 16.8%, to 1864. In 2016, IUCN reclassified species from "endangered" to "vulnerable".

Although the dragon is often a national symbol of China, giant pandas are at least so common in the world. [therefore, in the international context, the giant panda has been widely used in China, for example, the gold coin of the giant panda or one of the five mascots of the Beijing Olympic Games has been issued since 1982.