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COMMENT APPROCHER BEBE PANDA ?

Publié le par Nellou

En Chine, un bébé PANDA né en captivité et remis en "liberté" a dû subir quelques examens de controle de santé. Pour ce faire, l'animal ne devait pas voir d'hommes, et les chercheurs ont dû revêtir un costume de PAPA PANDA pour ne pas effrayer le petit...

 

 

 

A researcher wearing a panda costume puts the four-month-old panda cub into a box for a physical exam at Wolong Giant Panda Reserve Centre in Wolong, China. The cub is the world's first panda born to a captive panda returned to the wild. All researchers were dressed up to ensure that the cub would not see a human being during the process.

Researchers dressed in panda costumes check the body temperature of a panda cub during its physical examination at the Hetaoping Research and Conservation Centre for the Giant Panda in Wolong National Nature Reserve, Sichuan province, China. The four-month old cub is the first in the centre to be trained for reintroduction into the wild. Researchers performing physical examinations on the cub wear panda costumes to ensure that the cub's environment is devoid of human influence.

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