Once upon a time, in the Far East, the cute black and white bear has been found. It was born with a huge black eyespot and while it was growing up, the circles become shaped as a tear drop. Their ancestor was a “cat bear” that lived 8 million years ago. Ailuropoda or a “cat bear” was half the size of today’s modern giant pandas.
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If you pay attention at the Ying and Yang circle, maybe it can remind you of a panda. Many Chinese philosophers think that the universe is made of two opposite forces, known as Ying and Yang. There is also a belief that the gentle nature of the pandas demonstrates how the Ying and Yang bring peace, joy, and harmony when they are in a perfect balance.
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Unbelievable small cub
Baby pandas are so small when they get born that look like mice. They are the size of a stick of butter, with pink skin, thin and white fur, and without teeth. When they get two months old, their size is like human’s newborn baby. Who would think that huge panda moms give birth to such a small cubs?
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Most of their time pandas spend hanging on trees and eating bamboos. They can spend up to 16 hours a day eating. They like living in a pair and playing a lot. Staying alone can be very stressful for them, so they are constantly looking for company. Males don’t get on well with each other, but in they enjoy playing in mixed groups.
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Meaning of a word PANDA
Word PANDA comes from Nepalese word poonya, which means “bamboo eating animal”. On the gif below you can see poonya remembering s/he left the stove on :).
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The fatty one
Average panda can weigh between 90-135kg. No wonder the tree broke when the;fat panda tried to chill on it a little bit.
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The first Panda outside of China
The first living panda that lived outside China has left this country in 1936 and was named Su-Lin (something very very cute). It lived in Chicago’s Brookfield Zoo.
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Thumbs up for this cutie
There is a huge division between captive and wild pandas. Wild pandas don’t behave friendly with people at all. They have a reputation of cute and harmless creatures but in fact, the truth is very different. Baby pandas are a little bit different, and like playing with everyone. This is how it looks like when a Zookeeper wants to prepare the food for them, and a little baby panda doesn’t want to let him do it.
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Mommy got afraid
This kinda’ situation has happened to everyone. Huge mama bear was chilling when her baby sneezed and frightened her. Poor mom almost did a kung fu pose!
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Baby pandas are especially adorable! When they are born, they weigh only 100g. Babies in the following video are 6 months old and at that age, they like playing with their mom and with others. At the age of two, they leave their mothers and begin to fend for themselves.
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