Zoo Workers Cheer Up Sad Panda By Building Amusement Park
Don’t cry, Sijia. Your friend may be gone, but zoo keepers have built something special for you. After a giant panda was separated from her panda pal, who was sent to another zoo in China, staff at Yunnan Safari Park decided to spruce up the depre…
HAPPY PANDA MAKES ME HAPPY!!!!
And before anyone starts on a tangent about how the pandas are in a “prison,” check your research. Giant pandas are better off in captivity than in the wild as a species—with the destruction of their habitat and overall issues with reproduction on their own, pandas are not extinct thanks to human intervention in this way. Smithsonian magazine did a feature over the holiday months about giant pandas, and I found it very interesting to learn that even with advanced technology, researchers still don’t know of any signs or can tell when a panda is truly pregnant, and therefore, it’s very important for the longevity of the species for researchers to look after and care for the creatures.