On a bright morning on July 20, the panda research base recorded a flurry of activity that had been absent for months since the pandemic broke out At 7:50 am, tourists from across the world stood in an orderly line donning masks and patiently awaited their turn to catch a glimpse of the elusive giant panda
On July 6, the official account of “Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding” published the article "bye bye baby " It said that two giant panda cubs "Liuliu " and "Shunshun " of Chengdu panda base had suffered a severe allergic reaction
There's some cheer amid the Covid-19 gloom. Two giant pandas in Hong Kong have mated naturally after trying for nearly a decade. On April 6, Hong Kong Ocean Park announced that Yingying, a 14-year-old female giant panda, and Lele, another 14-year-old male giant panda in the park, had mated naturally on that day.
On April 7, a giant panda was spotted relishing a bamboo in the bamboo forest during the giant panda grid monitoring operation in the Motianling area of Tangjiahe National Nature Reserve, Guangyuan City, Sichuan Province. The staff approached the animal slowly but swiftly to record the precious image.
Ya'an, the hometown of the giant panda, has taken its love for the furry animals to the next level. Recently, Chengdu-Ya'an expressway was transformed into a "panda-themed expressway", with images of pandas waving at drivers at intervals.
On February 8, giant panda "Maotao" (a male, born on July 26, 2016) in Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding started showing symptoms such as severe vomiting, loss of appetite and extreme depression. The vomit was a mixture of foam liquid and food residue with a sour odour.
Pursuant to the government issued guidelines of Sichuan Province and Chengdu Cityduring the COVID-19 Prevention and Control Period, and in view of the current progressing trends of the COVID-19 pandemic, in addition to approval from higher competent authorities, the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding (hereinafter referred to as the “Panda Base”) is scheduled to officially reopen to the public on March 25, 2020. Concurrently, to protect the health and safety of our visitors, staff, and