Giant panda triplets have become the focus of attention of holiday revelers in the Guangzhou Chimelong Safari Park, south China’s Guangdong Province, during the Chinese lunar New Year or Spring Festival.
The giant pandas, named Meng Meng, Shuai Shui and Ku Ku, were not shy in front of cameras. They were busy with scrambling for food. After a full meal, they performed stunts and climbed trees, trying to catch the attention of visitors.
The zoo keepers of the Safari Park provided additional bamboo shoots for the world’s only surviving giant panda triplet as snacks to ensure their energy to meet visitors.
“During the Spring Festival period, we add bamboo shoots, about one kilo of winter bamboo shoots once a day to ensure they have enough energy,” Chen Shuqing, zoo keeper at the Guangzhou Chimelong Safari Park.
Also in the park, a person dressed in the costume of Master Po, a title character and the protagonist of the Kung Fu Panda franchise, posed for photos with visitors and performed martial arts for children.
Story by CCTV News