These pandas live in the mountainous forests of China, India, Nepal, Bhutan and Myanmar.
These small mammals resemble bears but are in a family of their own known as Ailurinae.
They are one of the most evolutionary distinct and globally endangered mammals in the world. Surprisingly they are not closely related to the giant panda.
They live in trees and mainly eat bamboo, using sharp, curved claws to grip the stems.
The wild population continues to decline due to habitat loss, poaching and inbreeding, and their numbers are down to a few thousand individuals and decreasing every day.
The good news is they are now protected in all countries in which they live and hunting is illegal.
- Painted in acrylic, graphite and liquid graphite on 640gsm Fabriano Artistico paper.
- A4 size 21cm x 29cm
- Signed by the artist
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