Paper Panda Baby

Size: 29x28x23 cm.

The Baby Panda kit contains:
  • 2 large colored templates and 1 large white template.
  • A test shape to practice, folding and building instructions.
  • Fast drying glue and a folding lath.

Add scissors / little craft knife and that’s all you need to assemble this Panda yourself!

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Get creative with this 3D paper Panda Baby animal head!

You can now take the Chinese animal life into your home decoration in a very animal friendly way. All our paper creations are made with FSC-paper. And so is this 3D paper Panda Baby animal head. Assembling this 3D paper Panda Baby animal head is like a mindful journey. It will keep you busy for a few hours with an amazing result. The feeling of joy when you are ready with assembling this beautiful Panda Baby is great!

To celebrate the birth of a new panda bear in the Netherlands, we designed a baby version of our big Panda! A cute addition for the adult version and will be packed in a smaller packaging 🙂

The Baby Panda kit contains:

  • 2 large colored templates and 1 large white template.
  • A test shape to practice, folding and building instructions.
  • Fast drying glue and a folding lath.

Add scissors / little craft knife and that’s all you need to assemble this Panda yourself! 🙂

Panda facts:

The estimated population of Pandas at this moment is only 1,864, which makes Giant Pandas a seriously vulnerable species. They live in the wild in a small area in Southwestern China along the Tibetan Plateau. At this moment there are approximately 600 in captivity in panda centers, zoos and wild life parks.

The Scientific Name of the Panda is Ailuropoda melanoleuca. They live from plants like bamboo and they eat a lot of it! Their average life span in the wild can be 20 years. Their size is 4 to 5 feet. And they weigh up to 300 pounds, therefore the bamboo needs to be really strong when they climb it! And did you know that pandas are really good swimmers?

Panda’s eat half the day, 12 out of every 24 hours. A giant panda is only satisfied when he eats at least 28 pounds of bamboo, therefore they are busy all day. A wild panda lives in central China in high bamboo forests where it is wet and cool. They seem to be a bit lazy, but they are skilled tree-climbers and efficient swimmers. Pandas are shy, so they don’t venture into areas where people live. This restricts pandas to very limited areas.

Giant pandas have a great sense of smell, that males use to avoid each other and to find females for mating in the spring. They are born white, and develop their much loved coloring later on in life. A newborn panda is about the size of a stick of butter—about 1/900th the size of its mother. All Giant Pandas have black patches around their eyes and black ears on a white head. Their legs are black and there is a black band across their backs. Their mid sections are also white.

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