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Be careful with this please, it is my life and soul in rectangular form.

—"Our Stuff", Panda to Grizzly when putting his phone in the backpack.




Panda Bear is one of the two main protagonists (alongside Grizzly Bear) of We Bare Bears.

He seems to have more knowledge about things regarding technology and things from Asian culture. He is the middle brother and, as stated by Grizz, is "the link that holds them all together". He is Charlie’s best friend, but he doesn’t want to admit it. Although, he did admit it in "Panda's Art". He is to be the most delicate of the trio, being both quite anxious and, as Grizzly also described, "cute". Even so, he does care about his brothers and will try to pitch in whenever and however he can.

In "Panda 2", it is revealed that he was originally raised in captivity in a Chinese Panda Zoo until he escaped and met Grizzly and Ice Bear on the way.

Appearance

Panda is an anthropomorphic bear. Being a panda, his body is covered with black fur, with white fur on his head (excluding the eyes and ears) and a white stripe across his belly. He is shorter than his brothers, with a wider frame than both. He is shown to have small black eyes surrounded by black fur, which he likens to a “birthmark”.

Personality

Panda is characterized as artistic, creative, and sensitive character. He is also usually seen with a phone and loves anime. Panda is introspective , imaginative, and creative, but unlike his brothers, is the most shy, fearful, and can be neurotic and something of a Drama Queen.

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He is somewhat jumpy and insecure. He is probably the nervous and shyest of the three bears, as in "Our Stuff" he was shown being hit by a basketball that knocks him over and he calls for a time-out. He is also severely allergic to nuts and gets embarrassed easily.

His hobbies consist of dating sites, social networking, anime, video games, and art. He is shown to be talented in drawing and painting in general, most notably Manga. He falls in love easily and tries desperately to get a girlfriend.

He is emotional and easy to upset. But despite this, he is very good natured, assertive, and can keep his temper better than his brothers.

In Three Bare Bears

Panda's, as well as his brothers' personality, does experience some change between the comic and the cartoon. In The Three Bare Bears, Panda is markedly more negative, being quick to anxiety and fear. His brothers tend to dote on him, particularly Grizzly.

Abilities

Agility

Despite not having much athletic prowess, Panda has shown to be surprisingly agile. As seen in "Video Date", he is shown to outrun both of his brothers for moderate periods of time and is able to evade them whilst holding their laptop.

Memory

Panda has quite the photographic memory as, in "Our Stuff", he is able to remember nearly 14 people in near precise detail and is able to draw accurate facial composites. His art style does a terrible job of expressing this, however.

TelekInesis and ElectrokInesis

Panda gains a temporary superpower in "Braces", when he received a brace to adjust his teeth. His power comes from the fact that there are too many metals in his body. However, it slowly drives Panda insane as it let his emotions to drive out of control.

The brace gives him the ability to telepathically manipulate electronics and float them in the air. He also can create a massive meteorite formed by thousands of smartphones with the Bear Cave as the core to create great devastation. He also can telepathically fly and fire electrical blasts.

He lost his power after Grizz and Ice Bear remove his brace.

Creativity/resourcefulness

Although it took him a while to perfect his art skills, Panda had been drawing his entire life, but his creative abilities extend far beyond merely drawing and painting, especially as a cub, long before he obtained his first cellphone. In "Panda 2", lacking paper and pencils, he drew in the sand, and used leaves for paper and dirt on a stick for a sketching tool; using his imagination to convince himself his stuffed animal, Panda 2, is "real" he let his pretend friend "give him a boost" by standing on it when he needed to reach something (namely a window of some kind or other), and he used vines as a backpack to carry his friend as well as tied bamboo together into a ladder to aid his escape so he could play in the "magic box" (which was what he called the TV). In "Paperboyz", Panda turned his main weakness, his allergies (pollen in this case), into a strength by channeling his sneezes as a source of windspeed for the newspapers he was tossing, as well as to give a bird that carried him and his brothers to safety more lift (though, as Grizz pointed out, that otherwise impressive use of his nose is still gross). In "Bunnies", when offering to help his brothers protect a large family of rabbits against a flock of invading crows, he had the idea to use those rabbits as giant mecha battle armor just by letting all of them cuddle him.

Even as an adult, he tries to make use of what is available to him to solve a problem whenever he had to... such as in "Mom App", when he couldn't cancel Tank as a surrogate mother because she confiscated all the bear's technology-- including Panda's phone-- in favor of fitness: when Panda tried to get his phone back and grabbed Tank's phone by mistake, he didn't make much fuss about it, but instead called HER mother for help, and then called Tank a "bully" to keep her busy until said elder arrived to set her straight. This side of himself was shown again in "Lucy's Brother", when he tried to remember what he had available to save Clifford from dying of a peanut allergy, even if it meant risking his own life to the same allergy in the process. In "Occupy Bears", Panda used what he had to solve problems in multiple ways, especially when he and his brothers first moved into the cave: he used branches he found in the forest to make a broom to make their new home cleaner (and later on, as shown in "Chloe", used sturdier forest wood to make some of the furniture), and although he got a new phone over time, he had kept his old flip-phone, and thus used the photo on it as proof that the three of them lived there for years so their cave wouldn't be distroyed.

Primal Form

Panda Bear in his primal form

Under the influence of extreme hunger, Panda Bear can turn primal, in which he will become extremely aggressive and willing to attack anyone on sight.

In his primal form, Panda Bear is very hairy with bleak white eyes as well as sharp teeth. His strength is also augmented greatly in this stage.

This stage can be reversed if he is granted access to food sources.

History

The episode "Panda 2" shows that, as a cub, Panda lived in an animal sanctuary near Shanghai, China. He was extremely cheerful and polite, even greeting the food chute that fed him as a friend. Unlike his adult form, bamboo was his favorite thing to eat. One day, a staff member in the observation room for Panda's enclosure noticed he looked lonely and gave him a panda doll as a companion. Panda and the doll were inseparable until one day he used the doll to help him climb up and see through the room's window, from which he had seen light shine from time to time.

Upon looking through the window, he saw a television and was absolutely enraptured. The very next day, he (along with his stuffed companion) escaped so that he could watch 'the magic box' (as he called the television) show him its wonders, but it was turned off, so he went to find another. He found the security camera room, but the televisions showing the camera feeds quickly bored him. After wandering for a while, he saw some trees outside a window set in a door and thought this window was another magic box. Unfortunately, the sanctuary staff had realized he had escaped and chased him until Panda found an open window. He jumped out to his freedom but was forced to leave his stuffed companion behind. He escaped in a truck filled with bamboo as the sanctuary staff continued their search. It is unclear if he remembers any of this.

After some period of time, he met Grizzly and Ice Bear and they become sworn brothers after that.

Relationships

Grizzly Bear

Grizzly comforting Panda distraught.

Grizzly and Panda are brothers. Grizzly is a leader figure to both Panda and Ice Bear. In "Our Stuff", Grizzly helps Panda find his backpack, which contained his phone and can also bear stack as a way of traveling faster. The two have been shown to be very close to each other, especially in episodes such as "Jean Jacket", "Nom Nom", "Brother Up", "Occupy Bears", "The Road", and "Pet Shop", to name a few. In "Cupcake Job", while trying to protect themselves from being attacked by an angry mob of customers, the two admit what they had done to the laptop when they hatched the idea of making a giant cupcake. They end up scooping up all the cupcake batter that covered the room and used it to create a giant, and disgusting, cupcake. In "Hibernation", when Grizzly's brothers checked upon him, they woke him up because of a dream he was having. They then said they would head back to the cave to let him rest. Grizzly didn't want them to leave which led to Panda offering if he would join them outside, to which Grizzly accepts. The three end up sitting out under the stars together. In Grizz's own movie 'Crowbar Jones', Grizzly creates an unheroic sidekick, Pando, mainly based on Panda. He’s portrayed as the clumsy and whiny comic relief of the movie. This greatly annoys Panda, claiming that it was an inaccurate and humiliating portrayal of his character. But when Grizzly decides to scrap the movie after some negative reactions from the audience, Panda decides to encourage Grizzly to finish the movie. Even taking on the roll of Pando, with some minor adjustments to the character.

Grizzly’s optimistic personality clashes with Panda’s pessimistic behavior. Panda is often the one to give Grizzly a reality check when his older brother’s actions start to bother him. And at times, Panda resents Grizzly coddling him and calling him cute. Such as in “Brother Up”, when Grizzly drags Panda on a hike, saying it was his job as the big brother to make sure they all stay at optimum strength. But when Panda indirectly scares off a group of vicious wolves, he immediately takes the position at the top of the Bear Stack with Charlie’s encouragement. Grizzly begins to feel insecure in his ability to protect this family. Oblivious to Grizzly’s inner turmoil, Panda starts to purposely treat Grizzly poorly (but similarly to how Grizzly unknowingly treated him), even making Grizzly do public Korean Karaoke, humiliating him after he freezes on stage. Even Ice Bear grows annoyed with Panda’s overbearing behavior. But when the wolves return with the rest of their pack for a “rumble”, Panda scrambles to try and prove himself the Alpha, with Ice Bear’s help. But when they’re about to lose, Panda cries out for Grizzly’s help, and Grizzly intimidates the wolves into leaving. Both brothers apologize for their actions, and Grizzly promises to try and be more fair about what they do.

Ice Bear

Panda and Ice Bear exchanging information about each others' species. Bro's forever!

Ice Bear and Panda are the youngest two of their pack. They are able to bear stack as a way of traveling faster, with Panda being in the middle and Ice Bear at the bottom. They have been shown to be very close, such as in "Jean Jacket", when Ice Bear and Grizzly were extremely upset after Panda got smacked and when he consoled him after Grizzly's sacrifice. He also voluntarily stepped in to assist Panda in "Brother Up" and has shown great emotion after being separated from both of his brothers in the cub episodes. Ice Bear is shown to be very protective of Panda, as shown in "Nom Nom". They are shown working together to stop Grizzly's obsession with the burrito in "Burrito", and in the short, "Bear Cleaning", when they posed and took several selfies with Grizzly's clump of fur before putting it back. In "Hibernation" and "Panda's Sneeze" alike, they were shown bonding with each other. In the former, they were shown reading facts to each other about their respective species. And in the latter, Ice Bear blushed when Panda asked if he thought his sneeze was cute. Later, at the cute-off, Ice Bear gave him a rose and called him precious. Panda has actually never mentioned Ice Bear by name, mostly calling him “Little Bro”. Ice Bear, as the de-facto chef of the family, always makes Panda vegetarian dishes to accommodate his dietary restrictions.

Panda’s over dramatic and emotional behavior sometimes clashes with Ice Bear’s generally deadpan mannerisms. But Panda and Ice Bear are still very close. Especially during the rare times when Grizzly acts irrational and even controlling, causing the two younger brothers to leave Grizzly to his antics. Like in “Dog Hotel”, when the brothers decide to pretend to be dogs in order to find cheap lodging at a fancy dog hotel, Panda and Ice Bear are both miserable by morning due to the loss of certain freedoms, like Panda having his phone confiscated. But Grizzly was so over joyed with the glamorous service, he proposes they stay another week. So the two younger brothers leave Grizzly to enjoy his vacation by himself. However, after Grizzly is falsely accused of being rabid and is taken away to be euthanized, Panda and Ice Bear immediately rush to his rescue. Grizzly apologies for his behavior, and is comforted by Panda, saying he’s a good boy.

Nom Nom

Nom Nom assisting Panda in creating storyboards for the "movie".

The two do not really know each other that well, however, Panda knows of the incident between him and Grizzly that occurred in "Viral Video", and even refers to the koala as "a butt" in "Nom Nom". In the same episode, when Nom Nom is able to manipulate Panda and Grizzly and get them to do his bidding, he ends up luring them into a potentially deadly trap in order to regain his own fame while also trying to keep Ice Bear out of the picture as he had discovered his plan. Ice Bear managed to save Panda and Grizzly while Nom Nom ended up getting what he wanted in the end, though it was not done according to his original plan. In "Panda's Sneeze" Nom Nom is enraged when Panda is deemed more cute than himself. Even going as far as copying Panda’s video, but is called out on his behavior by the public. So when they are invited to the annual Cute Off contest between the top two cutest internet celebrities, he tricks Panda into trying convince audience was cooler by acting aloof and wearing “cool” clothes instead of being cute. But after some inspiring words from Grizzly, Panda decides to own his cuteness and starts to win the contest. Nom Nom, in a fit of jealousy, attacks Panda with a pillow, saying that Panda was suppose to lose and Nom Nom should be the cutest. The feathers from the pillow cause Panda to spastically sneeze, putting him just moments away from winning. But his sneezes grow raspy and loud, making the public deem them both not cute. No one won the contest, but Panda comforted by his brothers while Nom Nom obsessively clings to the trophy.

Chloe Park

Chloe and Panda holding hands.

Much like his brothers, Panda's relationship with Chloe is explicitly passive, with no particular empathy towards either party. In "Chloe", Panda was submissive during Chloe's research and was often shown getting along with her. Evidently, Panda did confess to sabotaging Chloe's report alongside his brothers and took part in answering student questions to assure she acquired a perfect grade. Alongside Grizzly and Ice Bear, Panda tried to help Chloe become more confident in "My Clique", taking inspiration for his lesson from romance movies. When Chloe put what she learned to the test, she found herself coming across as odd to some of her classmates and left campus grounds, embarrassed. She ends up explaining to Amy how she felt after the Bears throw a "mature" party for her at their house. When the party is over, she helps the Bears clean up and begins to play charades with Grizzly, Panda and Ice Bear joining in.

Lucy

Panda trying to hurry into Lucy's group photo.

Panda began crushing on Lucy in the episode "Panda's Date", in which she saves him from having a potentially fatal allergy attack with her spare EpiPen. In the episode, through Grizzly, Lucy hangs out with Panda. He wants to impress her but Lucy bonds more with his brothers than with him; this makes him quickly jealous, to the point he attempted to lock them in a closet to have dinner with her. When Panda ate out with her at the restaurant, Lucy seemed annoyed by Panda's strange behavior. She still remained friends with him and his brothers as she makes several more appearances throughout the series. Panda takes many opportunities to try and earn Lucy’s affections, such as when Lucy asks if one of the Bears would be interested in being her dance partner for a contest. Panda vehemently volunteers himself, but comes to regret it after learning Lucy is a terrible dancer, her spastic movements often hurting him or breaking the furniture. This leads Panda to fake an injury so Lucy has no choice but to withdraw from the contest. But she overhears Panda confess to his brothers that he lied to save them both from embarrassment because of her awful dancing, even calling her “the world’s worst dancer”. She leaves in tears while Panda is reprimanded by his brothers for his actions, and is told to make this right. So Panda shows up to the contest, asking Lucy to dance with him. The two win, but have to forfeit the prize due to the damages they caused from their dancing.

Panda experiences heartbreak when Lucy starts dating Kale, a handsome and muscular man who wins over everyone he meets. When he next sees Lucy, he treats her and Kale coldly, refusing their offering of papayas. It takes help from celebrity, T-Pain, to realize he isn’t being fair to Lucy. T-Pain tells Panda that just because Lucy doesn’t reciprocate his feelings, it doesn’t mean they should end their friendship. So Panda apologizes to Lucy and decides to get to know Kale more. This seems to resolve Panda’s unrequited feelings for Lucy, seemingly deciding to let her go.

Charlie

Charlie placing Panda on top of the Bear Stack.

Panda has mixed feelings for Charlie, not enjoying his company too much whenever he comes around, though Charlie tries his best to make him and his brothers happy. In "Charlie", his behavior quickly gets on Panda's nerves, as he not only smacks his phone into a bowl of soup but also forced Panda to sleep on a soggy pillow and was generally being inconsiderate. However, they did reconcile before Charlie had to leave, when Panda finally admits how much Charlie has been upsetting him. The two tearfully embrace and beg the other’s forgiveness. In "Brother Up", Charlie helped inspire Panda to start acting like the leader after Panda accidentally scared away a pack of wolves. But when the wolves come back with the rest of their pack for a “rumble”, Charlie comes to warn him and help in the “stack off”. Charlie also threw the Bears a party in the wilderness in "Charlie and the Snake" to help show them how much he appreciates their friendship.

In "Chicken and Waffles", the two seem to grow closer after Panda has to ask him for help getting to the restaurant after he accidentally stepped his contacts, leaving him virtually blind. Charlie does everything he can to try and get to the restaurant, Chicken and Waffles, in time for his reservation. After many delays and a dispute, the two attempt to go their separate ways when Panda accidentally falls into a sewer. Charlie goes to save him, but the tables turn quickly when Charlie starts to drown. Panda reaches out to save Charlie. They emerge from the sewers to find themselves right outside the restaurant. Panda thanks Charlie, and is quickly whisked away by Grizzly and Ice Bear. In the end, Panda, and his brothers decide to eat with Charlie rather than at the restaurant.

In “Bubble”, Panda gains an irrational fear of germs after watching a horror movie where germs eradicate life on Earth. Panda decides to live the rest of his life in an inflated and hermetically sealed bubble. They run into Charlie, and when he almost opens the bubble, Panda pushes him down and calls him a “disgusting, germ infested, moldy hot dog”. But when Panda slips and rolls into a river of mildly radioactive sewage, Charlie comes to his rescue. However, the sewage proves too thick and deep for Charlie to tread, and he starts to sink. Over come with emotions and realizing Charlie was willing to die for him, Panda leaves his bubble and saves Charlie, solidifying their friendship. In a hilarious twist, Panda and Charlie are both viciously hosed down and the high pressures water washes away Charlie’s filth, revealing that he’s actually quite glamorous when clean.

When Charlie decides to adopt a litter of seemingly abandoned baby snakes, Charlie names the black and white stripe snake after Panda. And when Charlie loses the snakes, Panda and his brothers assist in rescuing the babies. Panda even goes as far as hiding one of the baby snakes in his mouth. The Bears help reunite the babies with their actual parents, and console a heart broken Charlie. Panda comforts him by saying that one day, Charlie will be the parent of a very lucky child.

Clifford

At first, Panda was only interested in impressing Lucy by offering to take care of her younger brother, Clifford. Surprisingly, the two begin to bond and get along well. But when Clifford finds out he was just a means to get to Lucy, he was very upset with this, even threatening to tell Lucy. However, when they both saved each other from an allergic reaction to peanut butter, they became friends.

Episode Appearances

Season 1

Season 2

Season 3

Season 4

Movie

Shorts

Designs

Main article: Panda Bear/Designs

Trivia

  • Panda is a vegetarian as revealed in the Pilot and in the episode "Tote Life" in the main series.
    • Panda doesn't eat eggs as revealed in the episode "Christmas Parties". Although it is unknown if Panda drinks milk, he is at least an ovo vegetarian.
  • It is revealed in "Panda's Date" that Panda has a deadly peanut allergy and has suffered three near-fatal attacks, two in Panda's Date and again in "Lucy's Brother".

Panda wearing his lens.

  • It is revealed in "Everyday Bears" that Panda wears contact lenses and has very bad vision without them, which is a trait he shares with real panda bears.
    • In "Everyday Bears", an image from his mass image upload could be seen of his eye. It appears Panda has green eyes, though it may be from his contacts.
  • Panda is the shortest of the three siblings but is the middle child according to the crew.
  • Currently, Panda is the only of the three siblings that are known to have ever been in a romantic relationship.
  • Panda is the only bear that has more than one color of fur.
    • In his case, black and white.
  • Panda has an online dating profile it is seen and said in "Viral Video" and "Chloe".
  • Panda is the first character to sing a song in the show, the song being Girl Be Sellin' Sunshine.
  • Panda seems to value his phone, by stating that "It is his life and soul in a rectangular form", in "Our Stuff".
  • Panda can create and release over 50 snapchats in 1 hour.[4]
  • In the comics, it is revealed that Panda enjoys old black-and-white films.
  • Panda has Musophobia, which is a fear of mice, as revealed in "Everyday Bears".
  • In "Everyday Bears", Panda lost 212 internet friends when the mouse posted "I hate babies" and embarrassing pictures on his profile. He now has 44 friends on the internet. It is unknown if he has regained any.
  • Panda has a pink strawberry wallet.
  • In "Primal", it is revealed Panda really likes dumplings.
    • In "Chloe", when the Bears go to a Chinese Food Restaurant, Panda goes straight for the dumplings inside the food cart.
  • In "Primal", it is revealed that both Panda and Ice Bear can turn "primal" out of hunger.
    • In the early signs of their primal transformations, Panda seemed to be more aggressive than Ice Bear.
  • When the Bears first moved into the city, Panda had a small, gray flip phone.
  • In the Pilot, Panda, as a cub, was voiced by Sam Lavagnino.
  • In "Pet Shop", Panda had a pet collar labeled as Mr. Sprinkles.
  • Panda appears to be an "otaku", having a large interest in anime and manga alike, as first shown in "Our Stuff", where it is revealed he likes to draw in a pseudo-anime style. His interests are also seen in later episodes, such as a manga being seen on the Bears' table at the beginning of "Chloe", when a folder titled "Manga" can be seen on the laptop in "Everyday Bears", and when he is seen reading manga in both "Shush Ninjas" and "Hibernation". In the latter episode of the two, he is shown to possess a dakimakura, or body pillow, that he refers to as Miki-chan. It is also revealed in "Cupcake Job" that Panda knows how to say the word "cute" in Japanese and sees it as a personal talent to be put on his resume, a known stereotype among Western otaku culture in which fans know only select Japanese words, one such being "kawaii", or "cute". As well as, in "Panda's Dream", during Panda's third and final daydream, a K-POP song, Yummy Yummy, plays during the dance sequence.
  • As seen in "Rooms", Panda may have claustrophobia, a fear of small and compact spaces.
  • Panda does not seem to like it when people touch him, as seen in the Pilot and on multiple other occasions.
  • Panda is the most romantic, shyest and most delicate bear among the three brothers.
  • Panda's favorite color is red, as mentioned in the episode "Panda's Friend".
  • As seen in "Panda's Art", Panda attends a community college where he takes art classes.
  • Panda appears to have asthma, as he required an inhaler after his excitement at being kissed by Lucy at the end of "Lucy's Brother.
  • In ''The Kitty'', Panda is shown to be allergic to cats, but not cougars.
  • He is the only bear that was raised in captivity before he met Grizzly and Ice Bear.
  • Despite originating from China, he cannot speak Chinese. This may or maynot be the result of his limited contact with the zookeepers that watched him as a cub in Panda 2, as they were bilingual in Chinese and English, yet spoke English more frequently and calmly then Chinese, and even then, only while he escaped the encloser (the fact that the Chinese language has many different varieties, and that he spent so little time there, didn't help much either). Most of the people (and Bears) he encountered since then spoke English.
  • The episodes Panda doesn't appear in are "Yuri and the Bear", "Anger Management", "The Demon", "Poppy Rangers", "Kyle", "Ranger Games", "Vacation", "Family Troubles", "El Oso", "Lord of the Poppies", and "Band of Outsiders".
  • Panda is revealed to have a "Catsona" in the episode "Mom App"
  • He is the only Bear so far to receive a superpower.
  • Panda sleeps with a humidifier near his bed.
  • Baby Panda as a kid has always been voiced by Duncan Joiner, but it appears that his final time is the last episode Lil' Squid because he's outgrown his role and is now voiced by Max Mitchell from now on and the same as Baby Ice Bear.
  • Baby Panda appears in so many Baby Bears episodes and is returning again in the spin-off series We Baby Bears, though he's not going to be his old self like always as because it's a spin-off series, he's officially coming back as an anime character.

Zoology

  • The nominate subspecies of the giant panda is the Ailuropoda melanoleuca; Panda's species.
    • Panda is the only of the three Bears whose species is exclusive to Asia.
    • Panda is the only one of his siblings that do not belong to the genus Ursus.
      • The precise taxonomic classification of the giant panda was unknown as it shares characteristics with both raccoons and bears[5], however, molecular studies have confirmed they are true bears, though due to early history, they still remain outside of the Ursidae classification. Because of these studies, it is now known that pandas and raccoons shared their last common ancestor around 40 million years ago.
    • The giant panda is classified by the IUCN as Vulnerable alongside the Ursus maritimus; the Ursus arctos is not under this classification.
    • According to the IUCN's Red List of Threatened Species, there are only around 1,000 to 2,000 giant pandas left in the world, the population still decreasing.[6]
  • Pandas are primarily herbivorous and their diet almost completely consists of bamboo.[7] Several instances in the show state how Panda is vegetarian. Much like his species, Panda tends to hesitate when trying new things, even when he's willing to do so... allergies or no, only 1% of the entire panda population actually eat things other then bamboo, making our Panda a rarity.
    • Though pandas have a vegetarian diet, their taxonomic classification is carnivorous. Not only are the digestive systems of pandas carnivorous, but they also display carnivore-specific genes.[8]
      • Panda's primal form in "Primal" appeared to have carnivorous tendencies.
  • Giant pandas are about as large as an American black bear, adults being about 1.2 to 1.9 m─or 4 to 6 ft─long[9], while an adult black bear is about 1.2 to 2 m─or 4 to 7 ft─long[10].
  • Giant pandas are known to have "thumbs", a modified Sesamoid bone, that assists pandas in holding bamboo.[11] Panda is shown to have "thumbs" in "Chloe".
  • The sneeze Panda makes, as heard in "Panda's Sneeze", is based on the sound a baby panda makes whenever it sneezes.
  • Real pandas are born in a time period from July to September, narrowing Panda's zodiac sign down to Cancer, Leo (most likely), Virgo, and Libra.

References

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  9. Giant Panda, Arkive
  10. Black Bear, Defenders of Wildlife
  11. Morris, Paul; Susan F. Morris. "The Panda's Thumb". Athro Limited. Retrieved 7 August 2010.
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