How many cubs can 1 panda bear have in a lifetime?



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    Giant black-and-white panda bears may be reproductive until they are about 20 years of age (they are able to breed at four to eight years of age). Females ovulate just one time a year. Around 95 to 160 days after mating, giant pandas give birth to their young cub. While they may give birth to two cubs, only one usually survives. The cub typically stays with its mother for up to three years. A wild panda can usually only produce young every other year. That being said, female pandas may raise five to eight cubs during her lifetime.

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