Panda Swing Shape Dress
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This panda dress is made in the USA and comes regular and plus sizes
Makes a great gift for mom from daughter.
Loose swing shape for an easy, flowy fit
Print covers entire front and back panel with your chosen design, by White Dove Bargains.
97% Polyester / 3% Elastane woven dress fabric with a silky hand feel
Note that due to the production process, the placement of the print may vary slightly from the preview
A-Line dresses are made in the U.S.A.
Some reviews on product!
* This is exactly what I wanted and great quality to boot! I will order more of this type. It fits me perfectly, thanks.
*This dress is flattering in all respects. The print is gorgeous. The fabric feels nice and washes up beautifully. It doesn’t have any stretch, but the sizes run slightly large, and the fit is easy to wear, so that is not a problem. Buy one!
*'I've gotten so many compliments on my dress because it's just too cute! It's also really well designed and one of my favorite pieces of clothing I currently own!
Here is a little panda history
.The giant panda is actually a bear. The giant panda spends around 55% of its life collecting, preparing and eating bamboo.Pandas are considered to be endangered, with about 1,600 in the wild and another few hundred in captivity.With only about 1,600 giant pandas left in the wild, they are considered endangered and listed as vulnerable on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species.
Giant pandas were once hunted by the Chinese, who believed their pelts provided magical protection against evil spirits, but hunting now carries strict penalties in China, so is less of a conservation issue now.
Humans and destruction of habitat now pose the biggest threat to giant pandas. This includes erosion of habitat due to the clearing of areas for crop cultivation and natural die-back of bamboo. The presence of built-up areas prevents giant pandas from moving to new areas, so the loss of bamboo forests mean many will starve.
Giant panda conservation is a high priority, and consequently, many measures have been put in place to help increase the numbers. Scientists around the world are studying their ecology and behavior and instituting conservation programs.
An example is the panda reserve system which was established as part The National Conservation Project for the Giant Panda and its Habitat of 1992. Today there are around 67 reserves. Human interaction within reserves is minimised, and infrastructure is limited as is the removal of trees and thus giant panda habitat. The creation of bamboo corridors between built-up areas also gives giant pandas more freedom and enables them to move between habitats to find food and mates.
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