'Snack time': Adorable panda wakes up and rolls over to eat snacks, video viral
- A video of a zookeeper waking up a sleeping panda on a pile of wood has gone viral
- Videos of pandas climbing a tree, taking a stroll around are frequently shared on social media
- Pandas can be found in bamboo forests in the mountains of central China
A video of a zookeeper waking up a sleeping panda on a pile of wood has gone viral on the internet.
Videos of pandas climbing a tree, taking a stroll around, and rolling on the ground are frequently shared on social media.
Buitengebieden, a social media user, tweeted a panda video on Wednesday with the caption, "Wake up! Snack time."
It depicts a zookeeper poking the sleeping panda with a carrot in her hand. She hands over the carrot and a biscuit as the furry animal turns around.
On Twitter, the video has received over 6.2 lakh views and 34,000 likes.
Nothing beats watching wild animals play and enjoy their natural environment. Pandas are beloved for their clumsiness and endearing behaviour.
The tweet has received heartfelt comments from users all over the world.
“Must be reincarnated as a panda,” one user wrote.
“Yup that's us when I wake you to feed you,” another user commented.
Looking at the adorable panda, a third user said, “Wondering how they survive in the dangers of a jungle”
Pandas can be found in bamboo forests in the mountains of central China. Pandas have a fascinating appearance due to their stunning black and white coat, which is complemented by a bulky body and round face.
Giants Panda is no longer considered endangered. After their population increased by 17% in a decade, they were downgraded to 'vulnerable' on the global list of species at risk of extinction. It demonstrates that conservation efforts are effective and give hope to the world's other threatened wildlife.