PANDAS LIVE LONGER IN CAPTIVITY THAN THE WILD. Due to human and environmental threats, giant panda's generally live up to 25-35 years in captivity and 15-20 years in the wild. Consistent food and land in captivity allow pandas to thrive, which is unfortunate since the bears should be allowed to live freely in the wild.

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