Although classified as carnivores, pandas eat mostly bamboo shoots, leaves and roots.
From The Truth About Food: Why Pandas Eat Bamboo and People Get Bamboozled, by David Katz.
Pandas get up, eat bamboo, then sleep.
Pandas eat bamboo and Koalas a certain Eucalyptus that do not grow in Canaan.
Giant pandas (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) eat bamboo and not much else.
The pandas have an admirable lifestyle, too: they eat copious amounts of bamboo, rub their tummies for a few minutes, then they eat some more bamboo.
Pandas on the other hand, actively eat the leaves and tender shoots of bamboo, and in fact bamboo makes up 95% of Bamboos's diet.
Koalas subsist on the leaves of a few species of eucalyptus, and giant pandas primarily eat the shoots of a small number of bamboo species.
) Pandas eat bamboo like bamboo's going out of style.
That places pandas at one end of a spectrum of omnivorous bear species, which eat a combination of plants, insects and meat.