3,840 grams, Eye clear 100% and Toys

July 30, 2009

Today, At Chiang Mai Zoo Staff of Panda research and exhibit in Thailand check panda cub’s health. It found that cub’s weight are increased to 3,840 grams, increased an average 112 grams per day from the previous health check.

As the length of nose tip to tail base measured 51 cm, 4 cm up, the eyes of cub clear 100%. Found area of the ear is similar to starting a fold but not yet open. Expected,panda cub still will not be heard.

Also on this day, keeper are bringing toys to enhance development of panda cub such as a different color of ball,bell, and carpet for test that cub will crawl?

Note : Sorry some mistake, I use language translate tool.

วันนี้ (30 ก.ค 2552) แพนด้า โดยพบว่าวันนี้ลูกแพนด้ามีน้ำหนักตัวเพิ่มขึ้นเป็น 3,840 กรัม เพิ่มขึ้นเฉลี่ยวันละ 112 กรัม จากการตรวจสุขภาพครั้งก่อน

ขณะที่ความยาวจากปลายจมูกถึงโคนหางวัดได้ 51 เซนติเมตร เพิ่มขึ้น 4 เซนติเมตร ดวงตาทั้งสองข้างใส 100% แล้ว ส่วนบริเวณหูพบว่าเริ่มมีลักษณะเป็นหลืบแต่ยังไม่เปิด ทำให้คาดว่าลูกหมีแพนด้ายังไม่น่าจะได้ยินเสียง

วันนอกจากนี้ ในวันนี้ เจ้าหน้าที่ได้มีการนำของเล่นเสริมพัฒนาการมาให้ลูกแพนด้าเล่นด้วย เช่น กระดิ่ง และวัตถุสีต่างๆ เป็นต้น พร้อมทั้งมีการนำพรมมาปูภายในคอกกักของลูกแพนด้า เพื่อทดสอบว่าลูกแพนด้าจะคลานได้หรือไม่



由于篇幅的鼻尖到尾部基地衡量51厘米, 4厘米时,眼睛的幼崽明确100 % 。发现领域的耳朵类似开始倍,但尚未公开。预计,交配,仍然不会被听到。


Note : Sorry some mistake, I use language translate tool.

Panda fever, paint me black-white like panda

Visit Panda in Chapultepec Zoo, Mexico City

16. Chapultepec Zoo, Mexico City

Has 3 giant pandas: Xiu Hua, Shuan Shuan & Xin Xin

Xiu Hua

Xiu Hua (female) was born on June 25, 1985 at the Chapultepec Zoo. Her mother is Ying Ying and her father is Pe Pe.

Shuan Shuan

Shuan Shuan (female) was born on June 15, 1987 at the Chapultepec Zoo. Her mother is Ying Ying and her father is Pe Pe. She went on a mating trip to Ling Ling at the Ueno Zoo, Tokyo, Japan from December 3, 2003 until September 26, 2005.

Xin Xin

Xin Xin (female) was born on July 1, 1990 at the Chapultepec Zoo. Her name means "hope" in Chinese. Her mother is Tohui and her father is Chia Chia.

History of Giant Pandas in Mexico City

Pe Pe & Ying Ying

Pe Pe (male) & Ying Ying (female) came to Mexico on September 10, 1975 as a goodwill gift from the Chinese government when vice-premier Chen Yuachi visited Mexico. They were the first giant panda couple outside of China to reproduce. Pe Pe died on July 20, 1988. Ying Ying died on January 29, 1989.

Xen Li

Xen Li (female) was born on August 10, 1980. Her mother is Ying Ying and her father is Pe Pe. It was the first time that a giant panda was born outside of China. Sadly, the cub died after only 8 days, when she was crushed by her mother on August 18, 1980.


Tohui (female) was born on July 21, 1981 at the Chapultepec Zoo. Her mother is Ying Ying and her father is Pe Pe. She was the first giant panda born outside of China who survived and also the first giant panda born outside of China to reproduce. She died on November 16, 1993.

Liang Liang

Liang Liang (male) was born on June 22, 1983 at the Chapultepec Zoo. His mother is Ying Ying and her father is Pe Pe. He died on May 23, 1999.

Chia Chia

Chia Chia (male) was born approximately in 1972. He was a goodwill gift from the Chinese Government to the prime minister of England, Edward Heath. He arrived with Ching Ching at the London Zoo on September 14, 1974. After Ching Ching's death on June 20, 1985, Chia Chia stayed alone in London until 1988. He went on a breeding loan to Mexico City, to mate with Tohui. After a stop in Cincinatti, U.S.A., he arrived at the Chapultepec Zoo on November 30, 1988. He became the father of Xin Xin on July 1, 1990. Chia Chia died in Mexico on October 13, 1988.

Ling Ling

Ling Ling (male) was born on September 5, 1985 at the Beijing Zoo, China. In 1987 he went on a trip to the Bronx Zoo, New York, U.S.A. and to Busch Gardens, Tampa, U.S.A. On November 5, 1992 the Ueno Zoo, Tokyo, Japan became Ling Ling's new home. After his mate, Tong Tong, died he made three breeding trips to the Chapultepec Zoo to mate with their three females. He stayed in Mexico from January 29, 2000 unitil April 24, 2001, from November 12, 2001 until April 24, 2002 and from January 27, 2003 until April 26, 2003. On April 30, 2008 Ling Ling had an hart-attack and died at the Ueno Zoo.

Source : http://www.giantpandazoo.com/ChapultepecZoo.html

Thai panda cub with Rocking horse toy

Today, I'm lucky to see panda cub was shaking on Rocking horse toy, I hurry up to record it suddenly. Sorry, the clip not smooth. Hope you enjoy it.

Visit Panda in San Diego Zoo, California

15.San Diego Zoo, San Diego, California

We are celebrating the birthdays of pandas

Su Lin and Zhen Zhen on Monday, August 3.

Ice "cakes" will be offered to each panda girl at 9 a.m. Come watch the fun at the Zoo or here on the Panda Cam!

Panda webcam Live..

Which Panda Am I Seeing on Panda Cam?

Look for the "C" followed by a number in the lower left corner of the Panda Cam image. The number indicates the area of the Panda Station exhibit we are viewing (subject to change!):
• 1–3: Su Lin
• 4–7: Zhen Zhen
• 11, 15, 17, 27–29: Bai Yun
• 23; 30–32: Gao Gao
• 25: Den

The San Diego Zoo has had a love affair with giant pandas ever since two of the black-and-white bears came to visit in 1987. After years of red tape and tons of application paperwork, the Zoo and China agreed on a 12-year research loan of two giant pandas, Bai Yun and Shi Shi. A brand-new exhibit area was built for our panda guests, which has since been expanded and renovated and is now called the Giant Panda Research Station. Although we currently have four giant pandas, our facility can comfortably house up to six!

Bai Yun ("White Cloud")
Born: September 7, 1991, Wolong Giant Panda Research Center, China
Arrived at San Diego Zoo: September 10, 1996
Weight in September 2008: 214 pounds (97 kilograms)

Bai Yun has given birth to four cubs since her arrival at the San Diego Zoo: Hua Mei, Mei Sheng, Su Lin, and our newest cub, Zhen Zhen, born August 3, 2007. But Bai Yun's own birth was unique as well: it marked the first successful birth of a giant panda at the Wolong Giant Panda Research Center in China.
Bai Yun is curious, unpredictable, and mischievous. She enjoys anything scented with cloves or pine, and men's cologne!

Gao Gao ("Big Big")

Born: estimated 1990, in wild near China's Fengtongzhai Nature Reserve
Arrived at San Diego Zoo: January 15, 2003, on a research loan from China
Current weight: 168–174 pounds (76–79 kilograms)

Gao Gao’s life had a difficult beginning. An injured young Gao Gao (pronounced gow-gow) was found in March 1993, dehydrated and with the left side of his head bloody where nearly two-thirds of his ear had been torn away. He was taken to China’s Fengtongzhai Nature Reserve and nursed back to health.
Gao Gao is rambunctious, inquisitive, and alert, and loves the variety of bamboo he is offered at the Zoo—keepers say he is a bamboo-eating machine! Gao Gao is the father of Mei Sheng, Su Lin, and Zhen Zhen.

Su Lin ("A little bit of something very cute")

Born: August 2, 2005, San Diego Zoo
Weight in September 2008: 161–165 pounds (73–75 kilograms)

Su Lin is the third panda to be born at the San Diego Zoo. Her parents are Bai Yun and Gao Gao. Following Chinese tradition, she was given her name at 100 days of age.
Now out on her own in the panda exhibit daily, Su Lin has grown into a confident panda. Watch her daily on Panda Cam!

Zhen Zhen ("Precious")

Gender: female
Born: August 3, 2007, San Diego Zoo
Weight on September 6, 2008: 45.8 pounds (20.8 kilograms)

Our newest panda cub is the fourth to be born at the San Diego Zoo. Her parents are Bai Yun and Gao Gao. The cub received her name on November 26, 2007, the results of an online naming poll. She is now a lively youngster; keepers say Zhen has nonstop energy and quite the independent streak!

*** Move In China ***

Hua Mei ("China/USA")

Giant Panda
Born: August 21, 1999, San Diego Zoo
Arrived in China: February 2004

Hua Mei became the first giant panda born in the Western Hemisphere since 1990 when she was born at the San Diego Zoo in 1999. In 2004 she went to live at the Wolong Giant Panda Research Center in China, per stipulations of the Zoo's research loan with China.

In September 2004 Hua Mei gave birth to twins at the Wolong facility. She had another set of twins in August 2005 and yet another pair in July 2007, making her the mother of six!

Shi Shi ("Rock")

Giant Panda
Born: estimated 1970s, in wild in China's Sichuan Province
Arrived at San Diego Zoo: September 1996
Returned to China: January 2003
Died: July 5, 2008

Shi Shi was born in the wild in China's Sichuan Province. In March 1992, he was critically wounded, probably from a fight with another male panda. He was rescued and taken to the Wolong Giant Panda Research Center. Because of his injuries, he was not able to be returned to the wild. Shi Shi came to the San Diego Zoo as part of a research loan. He provided us the opportunity to learn about caring for an older panda. Shi Shi fathered Hua Mei through artificial insemination. He returned to China where he lived out his final years at the Guangzhou Zoo. Shi Shi will be remembered fondly by all who knew him.

Mei Sheng ("Born in the USA" or "Beautiful Life")

Born: August 19, 2003, San Diego Zoo
Moved to China: November 5, 2007

Mei Sheng is the second cub to be born at the San Diego Zoo. His mother is Bai Yun and his father is Gao Gao. During his time in San Diego he delighted visitors and Panda Cam viewers with his sweet and playful personality.
Mei Sheng moved to China at age four to be part of the giant panda breeding program.

Panda pictures

Fun facts

• The People's Republic of China sent two giant pandas, Basi and Yuan Yuan, to the San Diego Zoo for a 200-day loan in 1987. More than two million people were able to view the pandas during their stay.

• On August 21, 1999, Bai Yun gave birth to Hua Mei, the first giant panda born in North America to survive to adulthood. Millions of people around the world watched Hua Mei grow up via the Zoo's Panda Cam.

• In 1979, the Zoo began working with Chinese zoos to help many of China's endangered animals, including red pandas, takins, and Manchurian cranes.

• A panda narrator is at the panda's main viewing area daily to share the latest news and to answer guests' questions about the "bamboo bears."

• Bamboo is grown on Zoo grounds and at several off-grounds locations to supply the pandas with their daily meals.

• The San Diego Zoo has the largest number of giant pandas in the United States.

Source: http://www.sandiegozoo.org/