Wild giant panda:no man can stop me from eating   2017-04-27 15:00:00     

  Chen baozhong,a security personnel in Huayang scenic area in Yang county Shanxi province saw a black and white figure - a wild giant panda during his usual patrol.The wild panda is leisurely walking slowly at 8:30 A.M.It seemed totally indifferent to human beings around it.

  "I gathered some bamboo shoots and feed the bear, and it just accepted." Bao-zhong Chen said,about 20 minutes later,a batch of visitors came to watch the panda and took photos."

  The wild giant was happy to accept the kind human offer, happily eating the food, while people took photos. Security guards in the scenic area quickly kept some distance between tourists and pandas.

  Chen Baozhong said that the giant pandas did not leave immediately after eating.Instead, it was even comfortable enough to take a nap after the meal, leaving about half an hour later. "It's not the first time we've seen wild pandas."according to Chen.

  The staff of hua Yang scenic spot said that, for over a year, we have seen seven or eight pandas. At the end of march, the workers who built roads in the area along the donghe river in foping county also saw a wild giant panda on the highway and in the workers' camp.

  Zhao nanxun, a senior engineer at Changqing national nature reserve, said the giant panda was "catching the bamboo shoots". 

  "In April, wild giant pandas often come for the bamboo shoots in areas at 2,000 meters above sea level where human activities are frequent .

  According to statistics, there are 345 giant pandas in Qinling, the core distribution area is located at the intersection of Zhoujin, Foping, Yang county and Taibai county.

YA’AN Ya'an is a prefecture-level city in the western part of Sichuan province, People's Republic of China, located just below the Tibetan Plateau.The first giant panda was found in Baoxing County of Ya'an; Ya'an is also the origin of Artificial planting tea of the world; Mengding Mountain in Mingshan County, has been keeping seven tea trees, which are believed to be the origins of tea, for more than 1,000 years.


Fengtongzhai National Nature Reserve