There is nothing cuter than a baby panda, except maybe a dozen baby pandas. This is exactly what you will see if you go to Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in Chengdu, China. Researchers here take care of baby pandas in a daycare.
Chengdu Research Base is a panda sanctuary, conservation organization, tourist destination, and a research site. When the pandas were added on the list of endangered species, the Chinese government took action to protect their biggest symbol.
Chengdu’s breeding programs and other panda centers have done their best to increase their population since then.
A lot of work has been put up to increase their population since pandas do not have large families. The female panda can get pregnant only a couple of times a year. Typically, they only have one baby every other year.
Because of this, baby pandas at Chengdu Panda Base is special on its own.
China is the native place for pandas. This is the only country that these animals can survive in the wild.
Aside from the normal pandas, the Chengdu Research Base also keeps red pandas and native Chinese birds and animals. The red pandas are one of the cutest animals in the world.
Many people from the Chengdu Research Base post a lot of videos and photos of baby pandas when they learn how to walk or being mischievous.