Chinese Culture for Kids – Native Animals

5 Dec

Native animals are part of the Chinese culture for kids. Children love animals, so teaching children about the different animals that are found in China should be a fun and exciting experience for them. China is full of different animals that you might find in various animal books or even in your local zoo. There is a wide and varying range of native animals due to China’s diverse climates.

A number of China’s native animals some people might know. The first animal is the Giant Panda. The Giant Panda is found in the forests and mountains that are located in Southwest China. This animal is on the endangered species list.

The next animal is the Red Panda. The Red Panda was on the endangered list, but has since made a recovery and is not considered endangered any longer.

Another animal is the Chinese Alligator, which is much like the American Alligator except the Chinese Alligator is smaller and its body is full of armor.

Then there are animals that people may not know are native to China. The first animal is the Siberian Tiger or the Amur Tiger, as they are often called as well. This animal is on the endangered list along with many other tiger species.

The next animal is the Golden Monkey. The Golden Monkey can be found in the forests of the mountains located in the Central and Southwestern part of China.

The next one is the Red Crowned Crane. This animal can be found in the riverbanks and marshes of the East-Central and Eastern parts of China.

There are many different types of animals that are part of the Chinese culture for kids and adults alike. Learning about animals, regardless of your age (although it tends to be double exciting for kids), is always full of interesting and fun facts that you may not have known before. Just remember, it is never too late to begin learning about the Chinese culture for kids or adults, and a great way to start is with the country’s native animals.

 

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