If you can't get enough of these charming critters, these baby animal gifs will fix that asap!
Underneath the layers of technology and civilisation, we all just want to run free with untamed wild animals. At least, some of us do. The others would prefer to push chihuahuas in strollers. For those of us who want to feel the adrenaline of swimming with sharks and running with leopards, rather than the safety of a traditional sarafi, good news! Extreme tours are on the rise and you can fulfil your dream of having adventures like Eliza Thornberry (minus coversing with animals).
Panda Express announced today that it is considering using a new utensil called a "Chork" in it's restaurant locations, despite having a name that sounds like what happens when you eat too much Panda Express:
"Don't step there... I just chorked out my beef with broccoli."
It's a half-chopstick, half-fork contraption that could either fling plastic bits into your mouth, or make shovelling General Tso's into your gullet waaay easier...
Either way, the internet agrees the name is just stupid...
After the Smithsonian zoo posted a video of their panda Tian Tian having fun in the snow, a Maryland man followed up with a challenge dressed as a panda.
This fluffy guy is finally old enough to deal with the press. As recently as last month he was taking his first steps. He was only able to be seen on the Panda Cam, where you can still catch him napping or hanging out with his mom.
Now the national zoo has released footage of Bei Bei being an adorable, confused baby panda with an interview with a panda biologist so the world can know more about this cute, endangered species.
What’s black and white and rolls down a hill?
Bao Bao the baby panda enjoying her first snow day at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo in Washington, D.C.
While Tuesday’s snow may have ruined your day, the sixteen month-old cub seemed to really enjoy it. The little ball of fur tumbled around in the white stuff and wrestled her mother Mei Xiang.
And she wasn’t the only one amused by the storm. Here are some lion cubs tackling each other and a gray seal shoving its nose into the snow.
Since being born at the Taipei Zoo in July, Taiwan's newborn panda Yuan Zai has been separated from her mother Yuan Yuan under medical quarantine for over a month. This week, the two adorable pandas were finally reunited for some quality snuggle time and a nap. Check out Taipei Zoo's YouTube channel for the latest videos of Yuan Zai's adventures!
The San Diego Zoo's newest panda -- nicknamed "Sausage" until he is formally named -- is 11 weeks old and attempting his first steps.
Bonus: The zoo has its own Panda Cam, which alternates between the panda enclosure and the den, where the panda cub can often be found sleeping.
Researchers in China donned panda suits last month to help a 21-month-old panda and its mother transfer to a new home; the costumes were meant to ease the process by limiting the animals' interaction with humans.
And the real pandas were like: "Really? How dumb do you think we are?"