Giant Pandas Affected by Global Warming The Affect of Global warming

Global warming is an increase in the Earth's average atmospheric temperature that causes corresponding changes in climate and that may result from the greenhouse affect.

The burning of fossil fuels can produce greenhouse gases.

Giant pandas are found only in remote mountain regions in central China, in Sichuan, Shaanix, and Gansu provinces. The climate that giant pandas live in is a cool, moist climate and occasional torrential rain in summer, but winters are very snowy, with an occasional hailstorm.

Giant pandas will most likely be found in an area like this one.

The new climate change is set that it will wipe out most of the bamboo that giant pandas need to eat. Human development also makes it so that the bear's access to locations that are not as affected by rising temperatures.

Pandas rely on bamboo as a food source.

The rising temperatures effect the climates that are suitable to giant pandas which limits the possibilities for their climate choices.

As you can see their space is getting limited.

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