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They took note of their foraging and mating habits, and analysed samples of their food and feces. While primarily herbivorous, the giant panda still retains decidedly ursine teeth, and will eat meat, fish, and eggs when available. After the Chinese economic reform , demand for panda skins from Hong Kong and Japan led to illegal poaching for the black market , acts generally ignored by the local officials at the time. Retrieved April 21, Golden wet-zone palm civet P. Archived from the original on March 24, LA centenarian insists he feels 'great' thanks to his daily

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