Posts tagged panda

lizardking90:

Panda and Cub
Photograph by Michael Nichols/National Geographic Stock
A giant panda might nurse her young as often as 14 times a day, 30 minutes at a time.
Mother’s Love, the first in a new, affordable line of gift books from National Geographic, is a great way to remind ourselves of the universal power of a mother’s love.

lizardking90:

Panda and Cub

Photograph by Michael Nichols/National Geographic Stock

A giant panda might nurse her young as often as 14 times a day, 30 minutes at a time.

Mother’s Love, the first in a new, affordable line of gift books from National Geographic, is a great way to remind ourselves of the universal power of a mother’s love.

toptumbles:

Little pandas drinking milk

[x]

Mother panda Bai Yun feeds her five-month-old male cub Xiao Liwu at the San Diego Zoo.  Picture: Gregory Bull/AP

Mother panda Bai Yun feeds her five-month-old male cub Xiao Liwu at the San Diego Zoo.  Picture: Gregory Bull/AP

Baby Panda trying to escape x

sdzoo:

Bai Yun torturing her cub…with love bites by Mollie Rivera
fictionspulp:

Giant panda cub Xiao Liwu at the San Diego Zoo, California, on March 6, 2013.
© LeeLee 3680.

fictionspulp:

Giant panda cub Xiao Liwu at the San Diego Zoo, California, on March 6, 2013.

© LeeLee 3680.

sdzoo:

Xiao Liwu and his ball. Watch the video from his 18th exam.

babyanimal-gifs:

baby pandas.
x

Male panda Yang Guang looks into the enclosure of female panda Tian Tian ahead of breeding season at Edinburgh Zoo. Experts at Edinburgh Zoo have announced they expect the giant panda breeding season may be earlier this year, as both Tian Tian (Sweetie) and Yang Guang (Sunshine) have already started to show important changes in their behaviour that suggest they may soon be ready to mate.  Picture: Andrew Milligan/PA

Male panda Yang Guang looks into the enclosure of female panda Tian Tian ahead of breeding season at Edinburgh Zoo. Experts at Edinburgh Zoo have announced they expect the giant panda breeding season may be earlier this year, as both Tian Tian (Sweetie) and Yang Guang (Sunshine) have already started to show important changes in their behaviour that suggest they may soon be ready to mate.  Picture: Andrew Milligan/PA

headlikeanorange:

A giant panda at Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in China. (Natural World - BBC)

headlikeanorange:

A giant panda at Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in China. (Natural World - BBC)