14 Newborn Giant Pandas on Display at Chengdu Giant Panda Breeding and Research Base
Published by meimeili at 2013/9/25;
A group of Giant Pandas cubs are shown to the public on September 23th in 2013 at Giant Panda Breeding and Research Base in their hometown-Chengdu, the provincial capital of Sichuan Province in southwest of China. Cute and adorable Giant Panda babies are deeply loved by people in China and abroad. They were artificially bred from July and September in 2013 at the breeding base.
Nowadays, there are 128 Giant Pandas including the cubs at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding. Totally, there are 20 cubs born there but only 17 survived this year. About 60% to 70% newborn giant pandas die during their first week as it is very difficult to look after. Cubs in the wild are more difficult to survive because of their mothers’ careless consideration.
The eldest cub-Mengmeng born on July 10th is 3 times heavier than the youngest cub named Yizhai which is heaviest among the cubs when they are born. With cooperation with international Giant Panda breed, there are 3 giant panda babies born and survived at broad including one in Spain and twins in Atlanta Zoo in American.
The 14 Giant Pandas make a Giant Panda tour popular along travelers. Do you want to see lovely Giant Pandas in Chengdu or experience as a volunteer in Giant Panda Breeding and Research Center? It’s the time to visit the cute pandas now!
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