In China, there is an absolutely unique kindergarten for pandas.
There is an absolutely unique panda kindergarten in Chengdu, China.
These cubs are the biggest proof of the success of panda breeding, in which the Chinese have reached unprecedented heights.
Panda cubs behave like their children. The animals sit on the swings made of car tires, fight with each other and get off the slides.
Kindergarten teachers feed the children with milk, because at a young age they cannot eat bamboo.
Adult animals are released into the garden, where the natural habitat of bamboo bears is recreated.
Employees say that rescuing this rare animal in the world is not easy. The main problem with panda breeding is that in captivity these animals are largely indifferent to reproduction.
The panda is an endangered species whose population is declining, with low fertility rates both in the wild and in captivity. Scientists estimate that there are about 1,700 pandas left in the wild. Thus, the giant panda is even a symbol of the World Wildlife Fund.