Here’s a always-on view of the baby panda cam in the Shenshuping Gengda Panda Center. Watch as the baby pandas and toddler pandas of Happiness Village Garden play, nap, eat, and grow.
Baby pandas are born between August and September , as a direct result of the previous spring mating season. At birth, pandas are blind and incredibly small, weighing only about 4 ounces. They spend their first 100-120 days of life in the den where they were born. Because of this, baby pandas depend on their mothers for warmth, nourishment, food, and more.
If you can’t tell from the baby panda cam, these baby pandas take their time growing and developing. They don’t open their eyes until they are about 45 days old, and don’t take their first steps until 75-80 days old! At around 14 months, baby pandas will start eating bamboo on their own. They are weaned from their mothers at about 18-24 months. Pandas live 15-20 years in the wild and can live upwards of 30 in captivity.
Best Times to Watch the Baby Panda Cam
The baby panda cam in is on 24 hours a day, so anytime is a great time to watch!
China Conservation & Research Center for the Giant Panda conducts research on panda ecology and population dynamics. The organization is responsible for artificial breeding, genetics, and disease prevention. They also handle conservation training and the release of giant pandas from captivity. You can view their website to learn more.
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