Do pandas have pouches to carry their young?

No. Pandas are placental mammals. Unlike marsupials, they do not rear or carry their young in a pouch.

What are pouched mammals?

Pouched mammals are known as marsupials. They include such animals as kangaroos, wombats, possums, Tasmanian devils, bilbies, quolls and gliders, just to name a few.
Do lemurs have a pouch?

Do lemurs have a pouch?

No, lemurs are primates. Only marsupials have pouches.
Why do Kangaroos have pouches?

Why do Kangaroos have pouches?

The main reason why a kangaroo has a pouch is that, like all marsupials, the young are born very undeveloped after a gestation period that is much shorter than that of placent

What marsupials have pouches?

Most marsupials have pouches, although some have just a flap of skin. Pouched marsupials include: kangaroowallaroowallabyTasmanian devilkoalapossumglidersome species of oposs
Where is the pouch on a koala?

Where is the pouch on a koala?

A koala's pouch is on its abdomen. It is unusual because it is a backward-facing pouch, opening downwards, instead of at the top.

Why do koalas have a pouch?

Koalas have a pouch for the development of their joey. Koalas joeys are born very undeveloped, and they need to complete their development in the mother koala's pouch, where t
What is a pouch?

What is a pouch?

The pouch, or marsupium, is the sac where the young joeys of most marsupials continue to grow and develop.