After a long study the result which is found that, Not at all like different animal, the female pandas approaching adulthood wander long distance looking for mating opportunities.
A team of Researchers from Michigan State University (MSU) in the US followed five pandas with Global Positioning System (GPS) collars. They found that females appear to equal the guys in separations moved from home amid mating season, a conduct neglected in past little studies that appeared to demonstrate the females held up for male guests.
The team additionally discovered proof that the “subadult” females – young people – have a tendency to scatter more remote than guys, however they might return close to their unique home extent to conceive an offspring and raise their fledglings. “The inclination for female natal dispersal is a fascinating behavioral adjustment that is phenomenal in well evolved creatures, and not found in whatever other bear species,” said Thomas Connor from MSU.
The pandas in the studies live in two mountain ranges – the Qionglai range and the Qinling Mountains in China. “It is fascinating that in a species as well known as the giant panda, there are still so many uncertainties and unanswered questions,” said Connor.
The Female panda from 150 to 280 lbs (Adult), also called as panda bear or simply panda, is a bear native to south central China. It is easily recognized by the large, distinctive black patches around its eyes and body, over the ears, and across its round body.
The discoveries were distributed in the diary Integrative Zoology.