The two species that are the most dangerous to giant pandas are humans and snow leopards. Giant pandas are generally passive creatures who evade any threats, but when directly attacked they will use their size, voice, and claws to deter predators.
When having to defend themselves, Pandas will use their powerful jaws and strong claws by clawing and or biting. When showing this agression, they will lower their heads and stare at their opponnent in warning. They will then signal further aggression by a swipe with a paw, a low-pitched growl or bark. Most often then not, a panda will try and avoid an agressive situation and will escape or run up a tree.
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