Pandas have special adaptations that correlate with reproduction. These usually solitary animals will meet together to mate. If two males want the same female, they will fight. The winner will get the female. Their gestation period ranges from 95- 160 days. The father will pay no role in bringing up the cubs. When the baby panda is born, it is tiny, hairless, and helpless. If twins are born, the mother will chose the stronger cub and leave the other one to die. After 1-2 months, the panda will start playing with its mother to improve its survival skills. When the panda is 3 years, it will leave its mother to start its wild life.