One of the favorite inhabitants of many zoos is the giant panda, but the property is never a zoo.
The zoo is the owner of the animals living in the zoo. This is the case in most cases, except for pandas. Worldwide, all the giant panda are owned by the Chinese state.
Joy Jang Jang and Lung Huj had a great joy at the Vienna Zoo. It was even more joy that the little ones grew up so that their parents raised them without any help. Wild giant pandas grow their seedlings until they are two years old, but this is the time of divorce and independence. The two Viennese Panda have just arrived in this line and under the contract, all the pandas living abroad have their place in China, as they fill their second year of life.
The Viennese zoo's pandagonders have already begun preparing for the twin trips well before traveling. Along with the bulk of the runway, the animals had to get used to the transport cage, now they are not new to them and are ready for the journey, the new life.
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