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Tuesday, September 25

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Panda Updates – Monday, November 13

Giant pandas sleep in the most ridiculous positions — whether it is on their backs with one paw extended, or resting their heads on logs. Somehow they make every position look comfortable. We like to say that what looks uncomfortable for a human, is the best sleeping position for a giant panda. The cubs are especially fond of being curled in a ball with their hind legs by their faces. It makes no sense to me how their bodies bend like that but hey, they don’t seem to mind.
Keeper II, Mammals

(photo by Shauna)

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