His little eyes are open, and he can see what's going on.
Some females don't move their cubs at all, ... We may try moving the cub ourselves to see how she reacts.
They will spend a lot more time together. This kind of socialization is very important ... for breeding.
We're seeing a cultural shift, ... People don't feel that 'used' is a dirty word anymore. Over 78% of buyers on Abebooks.com say they'd be thrilled to receive a used book as a gift.
He's a climbing fiend. He's climbing all over the rocks, or he's climbing on his mother. And when he's not climbing on her, he's chewing on her. . . . She lets him treat her like a giant chew toy.
Some days he gets up really early, around four or five in the morning, and starts playing like crazy, climbing on his mother, climbing on the rocks.
He's showing us each day that he's more and more of a little bear cub.
[As for his diet,] he's solely consuming his mother's milk, ... We've already been giving him bamboo. It's very cute to watch him. He rehearses all the adult moves. He slouches back and holds the bamboo in his paws. He pulls the leaves through his mouth. He chews on them and he chews on the stalk. But he's not swallowing it. He's not eating it. We expect that milestone to occur sometime about a month from now.
He's just a fantastic little bear. He's climbing all over his cage.
I'm much more concerned about visitors. The animals are seeking cool places and are inactive. The visitors are out here walking around in this heat. So we really are more concerned about them and want them to be very careful about taking time to cool off.
Pandas do communicate a lot of information by scent marking and leaving their scent on an object.
I don't even want to think about it.