How Long Do Giant Panda Cubs Stay With Their Mothers?

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Giant panda bear babies usually stay with their mothers anywhere from one and a half years to three years. That means the giant panda females cannot have a baby panda except every other year or sometimes every third year, so again not very many baby pandas are born in the wild each year. Then it depends on a male panda being around during the only two or three days a year that a female is receptive. more
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