connectVideoNational Zoo shares this compilation video of giant panda Bei Bei frolic in the snow
Raw video: National Zoo shares cute video on their Facebook page to the attention of the citizens that they will be closed on christmas day.
Bei Bei the giant panda seems to really love the snow.
The Smithsonian’s National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute, based in Washington, D. C., took to Facebook on christmas day to a video of the panda rolling around in the fresh powder during the first snowfall of the season, which took place in November, Fox 5 DC reported.
“We hope your #Christmas is just as happy as a panda in the snow rolling in a winter wonderland!” the zoo wrote in the post, which had more than 60,000 views and 3,000 comments of the afternoon.
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“They are like oversized babies roll around. So cute!” a Facebook user wrote in response to the video.
“I could watch this all day. I want to be there and play with them,” said another.
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“I think that if I could reincarnate, I want to come back as a healthy Panda bear. They just enjoy life,” a third commented.
Giant pandas, such as Bei Bei, are native in China, according to Live Science. These fuzzy creatures are endangered; fewer than 2,000 live in the wild, according to the publication.
Bamboo is a giant panda’s going to eat, consuming an estimated 28 pounds per day, according to National Geographic, that these bears are skilled tree-climbers and efficient swimmers.”