The panda in China is by no means affected by the use of bamboo forest resources; this cute little bear, which in contrast to others is never lethargic and eats around 40 kg of sprouts each day, feeds on a decent variety of different bamboo, however these are small species with leaves and sprigs close to the ground; bamboo from which the parquet is made is rather gigantic, and its first leaves are positioned 7-8 above the ground, and the panda certainly does not climb as high as this to eat the leaves. It is also necessary to know that the panda does not feed on bamboo alone, even if it remains its main “staple diet”: it often alternates between sprouts and insects, eggs, animal carrots and small animals in general; Being a bear by all accounts it is a carnivore as well as an omnivore, however this prevailing vegetarian diet is not typical of a bear.
Furthermore, its habitat is located in the centre of China, where there are bamboo species to its taste; construction based bamboo is cut in other areas, further to the East, more towards the coast, which is several hundred kilometres away.
From this it is clear that the use of bamboo for flooring does not impact on the confined and wild environment where the panda lives.
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