Sub-Adult Panda Photos

Life has been changed a lot when a cub grows from the little, pink and blind to black and white panda.

The sub-adult pandas begin to leave their mothers at one and a half to three years of age. In wild, young pandas wander for several years to find the best territory. Pandas were once thought to be private, solitary, meeting only to mate, but recent date shows that giant pandas share territories in small groups, and meet outside of the breeding season. In captivity, sub-adult pandas play together to have can have a close look at many pandas in the pandas bases (like Chengdu Panda Base, Dujiangyan Panda Base) eating in the same enclosures and outdoor parks...

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See other Panda Photo Albums

Besides the “sub-adult giant pandas” photos, you can check the following albums to know further about newborn pandas, adult pandas and elder pandas, and the whole life cycle of the cute creatures! If you are interested in panda volunteer experience, you can view the panda volunteer photos in Dujiangyan / Bifengxia / Shenshuping Panda Bases! Get inspired now!

  • Newborn Panda in China

    Newborn Pandas

  • Adult Panda in China

    Adult Pandas

  • Elder Panda in China

    Elder Pandas

  • Dujiangyan Panda Volunteer Photos

    Dujiangyan Panda Volunteer

  • Panda Mommy and Baby

    Panda Mommy & Baby

  • Red Panda Photos

    Red Pandas

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