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Dressing in panda suits to take care of pandas

May 21, 2012 | By Abraham | 1 comment

Earlier this month, researchers at the Hetaoping Research and Conservation Center in China’s Sichuan province helped a 21-month-old panda and its mother transfer to a new home as the animals transition toward living on their own in the wild.

The suits ease the process by limiting the animals’ interaction with humans.

Read more at China Daily or Mercury News.

One Comment

  1. me says:

    At least we know, from panda’s mating habits, that these guys have not got to worry about being humped by any panda’s while dressed in their suits. Not all poor zoologists can say the same…

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