A giant panda,Cinco De Mayo Panda Bear Shirt born at a western Japan zoo in November last year opened both eyes for the first time. Females, originally thought to be males, were born on November 22, 2020 at Adventure World Zoo in Shirahama, Wakayama Prefecture. She opened both of her eyes 46 days after giving birth, according to the park. It is about that time that other baby pandas born at this facility have to do so. Adventure World says it will be about a month until the cub can see clearly.
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The Cinco De Mayo Panda Bear Shirt baby panda weighs 1,865 grams and measures 48 centimeters – much larger than 157 grams and 20.5 centimeters at birth – and is growing healthy under the care of 20-year-old Mrs. Rauhin’s mother. Mother and baby are on public display in early January.
The park is accepting a name proposal for its latest fur version until Feb. 23, via a dedicated website.
Turns out 2020 has a few pleasant surprises for us – or at least one: The birth of a new baby panda at the National Zoo.
In August, it was rumored that Mei Xiang could be pregnant – but had the Cinco De Mayo Panda Bear Shirt false alarm before – and also, at 22, she would be the oldest giant panda in North America to give birth.
However, onlookers enjoyed watching the zoo’s Panda Cam live delivery on August 21 when Mei Xiang welcomed her fourth cub to the world.
For the months since then, viewers glued to the live stream have been watching the pink, hairless, stick-sized creature that evolves into a lovely fluffy ball – 21.2 long inches from tip to tail and weighs 13.4 pounds on the Cinco De Mayo Panda Bear Shirt last check – and even started taking my first steps.
In an online poll last month, panda followers chose the name Xiao Qi Ji, which means “Little Miracle”.
However, all good things must end. Earlier this month, zoo officials said a long-term agreement with Chinese wildlife officials would be extended for a few more years but by the end of 2023, the boy and his parents – Mei Xiang and pop, Tian Tian, who have been living at the zoo since 2000 – will be returning to China