Cute animals with her cubs. Panda pretended to be pregnant, to…

Cute animals with her cubs. Panda pretended to be pregnant, to …

Bai Yun, whose name means ìwhite cloud,î gave birth to her fifth cub at the San Diego Zoo on Aug. 5, 2009. The male cub, Yun Zi or ìson of cloud,î can be seen daily alongside his mother. The first surviving giant panda born in the United States was born to Bai Yun in 1999, followed by cubs in 2003, 2005, 2007, and most recently Yun Zi. There are believed to be approximately 1,600 giant pandas left in the world. This critically endangered species is on loan to the San Diego Zoo from the Peopleís Republic of China to study this endangered species. As part of this long-term program, the San Diego Zoo is collaborating with the Chinese Academy of Science in studies of behavior, ecology, genetics and conservation of wild pandas living in the Foping Nature Reserve. The Zoo is home to five giant pandas. T09-0913-039



Giant Panda pretended to be pregnant, to get more attention, fruit and muffins

In the near future, live Chinese TV had to show a fascinating spectacle — the birth of the little panda. But the show will not take place: «Pregnant» star of the show is not going to give birth. Experts believe that it is just pretending pregnant to get home warmer and more delicacies.

Giant panda named Ai Hin lives in the Center for the Study of giant pandas in Chengdu. Recently, she began to show signs of pregnancy. But now experts think that Panda has experienced phantom pregnancy, because her behavior and physiological parameters returned to normal.

In the nursery decided to show more concern for the future moms, pandas as pandas are endangered, and it is very important to do everything possible to babies born healthy. Pregnant females lodge in single cages and care for them 24 hours a day.
It is believed that the panda — animals are smart: they understand that their care can be better. They see that pregnant or sick pandas get more muffins, fruit and bamboo, so that some individuals are using it to their advantage.

As for Ai Hin, the experts have every reason to believe her pregnant. She became less mobile, she deteriorated appetite. Experts initially even notice a surge of hormones and managed to inform China and the world the good news.

And only then realized that Ai Hin pregnant not really.
Breeding centers like Chengdu are needed to save the giant pandas from extinction. The natural habitat of these animals decreased significantly — now on the site of forests built the city, and pandas reproduce much more slowly, putting the survival of species at risk. In the wild in China pandas live only in 1600, and another 300 are in captivity.


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