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 Giant Pandas at Zoo Vienna
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By: Anonymous: Maria dB () on Wednesday, March 10 2010 @ 07:59 AM EST  
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Is that really Tai with his back to us in the picture while Fu Long is dangling in his tree :dunno: The back of that panda on the ground appears to have a gap betwwen the black band on his back and Tai's doesn't PuzzledChin






       
   
By: Anonymous: Hélène () on Wednesday, March 10 2010 @ 09:59 AM EST  
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Quote by: Maria dB

Is that really Tai with his back to us in the picture while Fu Long is dangling in his tree :dunno: The back of that panda on the ground appears to have a gap betwwen the black band on his back and Tai's doesn't PuzzledChin



Maria, I wondered that too. Perhaps the panda on the ground is Fu Long's friend Wu Jun although the Chinese site says it's Tai Shan. I agree with you that Tai Shan doesn't have that gap between the black band on his back. Puzzled





       
   
By: Anonymous: Hélène () on Monday, March 29 2010 @ 05:20 AM EDT  
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By: carly (offline) on Monday, March 29 2010 @ 04:40 PM EDT  
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Awww....how wonderful to see Fu Long live again on video Wub It's amazing how much he has grown and he's so immersed in his 'boo' now and all grown up Nodding yes

I loved the look on his face when Wu hit him with the boo..lol.It Wasn't Me

Thank you for sharing Helene Clapping


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By: macdoum (offline) on Friday, April 09 2010 @ 06:16 PM EDT  
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Puzzled I don't see Fu Long's white sock ?:blink:


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By: Anonymous: Terilyn4 () on Sunday, April 11 2010 @ 05:07 PM EDT  
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Hey Mac wave

Announcement: Fu Long has been added to to Tai Shan's all panda crew for Bamboo 15 Shuttle. Here he poses with Tai Shan and Mei Lan in his astronaut suit. LOL Photo created by Bruce of KC from the San Diego Zoo blog.
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By: Anonymous: Hélène () on Tuesday, April 13 2010 @ 05:31 PM EDT  
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YAY!!! Thanks to Lupo for the news. Left thumb up Yang Yang and Long Hui have mated! love

http://freunde-schoenbrunn.at/index.php ... p;Itemid=1
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Despite the pouring rain, with the pandas Yang Yang and Long Hui sparked violent spring fever: two times have the Pandas in Vienna Zoo yesterday, on 12 4, paired. For her love of the game they have again chosen the same spot in the enclosure as the last time However, they made this year have far more routine. The Panda nurses have already known the signs and were therefore equipped for days in their work with a camera. So they are also snapshots of successful mating. "Yang Yang has eaten for days and marked less frequently. Long Hui and his partner has not lost sight of. The Panda lady finally calls him, prancing around in front of him and shows him exactly when the right moment has come, "said zoo director Dagmar Schratter.

Panda females are only two or three days a year to conceive. Despite the pairing is not clear whether there will actually be coming. Up to a possible birth in three to six months, it is now waiting for the zoo also. The gestation period is highly variable due to a phenomenon which is known in other mammals and is known as the "dormancy". In the embryo floats in an early embryonic stage for several weeks in the womb before it implants itself. "When pandas is even a ultrasound a few days before the birth of not one hundred percent information about a pregnancy. Because: The young animal only a few centimeters is huge, as can already cover a single loop of intestine, the boy on the ultrasound image, "said Schratter. Dhe birth of Fu Long on 23 August 2007 at the Tiergarten Schönbrunn was a sensation. Long Fu Panda was the first in a European zoo, which was conceived naturally.
(Photos: Gudrun Tomek-Tiergarten Schönbrunn)





       
   
By: macdoum (offline) on Tuesday, April 13 2010 @ 05:38 PM EDT  
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Grin great news.!! Now,we hope. (they should send the video to Nat Zoo for the pandas ,the Tians,there to see how 'it' is done.)Wink Smile


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