After being separated for a month, a panda mom and her newborn baby got reunited last week in the Taipei Zoo. The Associated Press posted a video… you don't even have to read any more. Just watch it:
Zookeepers put the cub in an incubator after she was born so they could take care of a leg injury, the Taipei Times reports. Keepers also worried the mom, named Yuan Yuan, might injure or even eat the cub, the Associated Press reports. Since last week, however, the pandas' human caretakers have slowly given mom and baby more time together. The cub is set to open her eyes this week and zookeepers want her first image of the world to be her mom, Focus Taiwan News Channel reports.
The cub was born on July 6, the result of a round of artificial insemination between mom Yuan Yuan and dad Tuan Tuan. China gave the two adult pandas to Taiwan in a diplomatic gesture in 2008. For now, the baby is called Yuanzai, Chinese for "Yuan's child," but the zoo will hold a naming contest for her, AFP reports.
Aside from watching a mom rear her young in a jail cell...
FYI, when the Annunaki return they will treat us worse than the animals we keep. Oh and remember, the Sumerian history says we humans were created to serve the Gods, which pretty much describes us all as pack mules.
Starz - your first mailing to Popular SCIENCE is this primitive, demented garbage? Turn your computer off, go for a walk in the fresh air!
Ha ha, thank you, rofl, you must live a disapointing life giving out demands to others as if you posses some athority. Yea, keep that up and keep trying to give orders to others, lol. You are so funny.
My above point, should you actually decide to consider it is how humans consider other life on Earth is some to use, exploit and manytimes abuse, then comparitively if you look at written history beginning with the Sumerians and you can look biblically, beings that come to Earth from above consider us humans in the same view. Take care. ;)
My point is to respect life, all life!
"Aside from watching a mom rear her young in a jail cell..."
I agree, let's not bother with captive breeding and let the species die out!