Adventures in Asia

by Greg & Francie

6 month old Panda escape plan

I apologize for the blurry action pictures here but the six month old Panda, who was born to the mother from Beijing, has an escape plan and she intends to implement it. 

Here is my chance!
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These claws were made for climbing!

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Up and over!

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Must remain conscious.

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Now for the attack!

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The cub use to have lots of people visiting her but since the twins were born to Hua Mei the Nursery has been closed off. I think she wants more attention. It would be a blast to play with her for a few hours.

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August 4, 2007 - Posted by | China, Panda, Travel, Wildlife, Wolong

5 Comments »

  1. Do you get to touch the little ones that are this small? If not, how far away are you when taking these photos? This is just so adorable!! Great set.

    Comment by Mandy | August 4, 2007 | Reply

  2. HAHA, nice capture!

    it’s such naughty baby panda!

    Comment by Kai | August 4, 2007 | Reply

  3. Hi! I just stumble upon your blog and being a person who loves to travel too. I find your blog very useful! I’ve read and saw most of your photos here! I envy you both traveling for 6 months now:) I’ve been to a few places that you visited too..Congrats on the Wedding! 🙂

    Have a great time! Enjoy:)

    Comment by Yen | August 4, 2007 | Reply

  4. My kids (okay… and me) are absolutely loving all of these panda pics. They are just adorable! You guys must be enjoying this a lot. Bring one of those sweet bears home with you!

    Comment by Jeff | August 5, 2007 | Reply

  5. We are taking these pictures with a 3 year old digital camera without much of a zoom lens. We get around 7-10 feet for the closeup ones…about 20-30 feet for the far off ones.

    Volunteers are no longer allowed to directly touch the pandas. Interns who speak fluent chinese may have the option of working with the 1 year olds.

    Comment by Greg Martinez | August 6, 2007 | Reply


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