びっくりして豪快にひっくり返る赤ちゃんレッサーパンダ!

今回のビデオは、北海道・円山動物園発の映像がアメリカで「かわいすぎる!」と話題になっているものです。生後3か月の双子の赤ちゃんレッサーパンダの所に飼育員さんが現れ、「交代して中に入る時間だよー」と告げようとすると...?


7月20日に生まれたメスのレッサーパンダの双子、キンとギン。ギンはのんびり屋さんのようで、外で過ごす時間が終わり、最後にモソモソっと入って行きます。

そこにトン!と足音を立ててしまった、長靴ばきの飼育員さん。ギンの手足パタパタがたまらないびっくりリアクションは、ビデオでご確認ください。

「大丈夫だから落ち着いて」とでも言うように、とっさに手をかけたのはお母さんのココです。動物園スタッフからの見出しコメントには、"「びっくりさせないでくれる?」とでも、言っているようですね。(^_^;)" とありました。双子のキンは、後ろからソロッと去ってしまいましたが...。

なんだか少しかわいそうな気もしますが、レッサーパンダはけっこう驚きやすい性格なんでしょうか?(ここは少し段差のある場所だそうで、「決して(飼育員さんは)わざとではないと思いますよ」とブログのコメントにありました。)まだ赤ちゃんですし、その子の性格や状態にもよるのかも知れません。

このビデオは、11月13日に撮影されたものだとか。2頭仲良く、すくすく育つといいですね!

<この日の午前中...ココがキンを「必殺羽交い締め」ハグ>


<ギンは細い枝を木登り遊び。疲れていたのかも>


赤ちゃんレッサーパンダの動画がもっと見られるYouTubeチャンネルはこちらです。

記事元:HuffPostYouTube(Mmovies21)

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SAN FRANCISCO - FEBRUARY 21:  Tony, a Siberian Tiger, sits in a renovated big cat grotto at the San Francisco Zoo February 21, 2008 in San Francisco, California. The San Francisco Zoo reopened its big cat grottos for public viewing almost two months after a man was fatally mauled by a Siberian tiger that escaped from its enclosure on Christmas day. Renovations to the enclosures included an extension of the concrete moat to 16 feet, 4 inches from the bottom, installation of glazing and fencing barrier, and installation of a hot wire electric fence.

SHENYANG, CHINA - MAY 7: A Siberian tiger  gives a roar at the Guaipo Tiger Center on May 7, 2009 in Shenyang of Liaoning Province, China. So far more than 30 Siberian tigers have been bred there. The wild Siberian tiger (Panthera tigris altaica) only distributed in northeast China, the far east area of Russia and the north Korea and its size of wild population is about 360 to 406 in the world. Several hundred captive populations of Siberian tigers are the main source to protect gene library of tiger and the source of recovering the wild populations.

SHENYANG, CHINA - MAY 7: A Siberian tiger lies on the roof of a bus at the Guaipo Tiger Center on May 7, 2009 in Shenyang of Liaoning Province, China. So far more than 30 Siberian tigers have been bred there. The wild Siberian tiger (Panthera tigris altaica) only distributed in northeast China, the far east area of Russia and the north Korea and its size of wild population is about 360 to 406 in the world. Several hundred captive populations of Siberian tigers are the main source to protect gene library of tiger and the source of recovering the wild populations.

SHENYANG, CHINA - MAY 7: A Siberian tiger jumps for meat at the Guaipo Tiger Center on May 7, 2009 in Shenyang of Liaoning Province, China. So far more than 30 Siberian tigers have been bred there. The wild Siberian tiger (Panthera tigris altaica) only distributed in northeast China, the far east area of Russia and the north Korea and its size of wild population is about 360 to 406 in the world. Several hundred captive populations of Siberian tigers are the main source to protect gene library of tiger and the source of recovering the wild populations.

SHENYANG, CHINA - MAY 7: Siberian tigers rest in a pond to cool down at the Guaipo Tiger Center on May 7, 2009 in Shenyang of Liaoning Province, China. So far more than 30 Siberian tigers have been bred there. The wild Siberian tiger (Panthera tigris altaica) only distributed in northeast China, the far east area of Russia and the north Korea and its size of wild population is about 360 to 406 in the world. Several hundred captive populations of Siberian tigers are the main source to protect gene library of tiger and the source of recovering the wild populations.

SHENYANG, CHINA - MAY 7: A Siberian tiger jumps for meat at the Guaipo Tiger Center on May 7, 2009 in Shenyang of Liaoning Province, China. So far more than 30 Siberian tigers have been bred there. The wild Siberian tiger (Panthera tigris altaica) only distributed in northeast China, the far east area of Russia and the north Korea and its size of wild population is about 360 to 406 in the world. Several hundred captive populations of Siberian tigers are the main source to protect gene library of tiger and the source of recovering the wild populations.

GUILIN, CHINA - APRIL 17: A Siberian Tiger attacks cattle during a live feeding show at the Xiongsen Bear and Tiger Mountain Park on April 17, 2008 in Guilin of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, China. The Xiongsen Bear and Tiger Park, which was built in 1993, is an entertainment center with about 1,300 tigers and 400 bears. The center stages animal performances and live feeding shows every day. The shows have come under scruntiny by many international animal rights organizations.

SHENYANG, CHINA - MAY 7: A Siberian tiger  gives a roar at the Guaipo Tiger Center on May 7, 2009 in Shenyang of Liaoning Province, China. So far more than 30 Siberian tigers have been bred there. The wild Siberian tiger (Panthera tigris altaica) only distributed in northeast China, the far east area of Russia and the north Korea and its size of wild population is about 360 to 406 in the world. Several hundred captive populations of Siberian tigers are the main source to protect gene library of tiger and the source of recovering the wild populations.

HARBIN, CHINA - OCTOBER 26: A Siberian tiger cubs are seen at the Hengdaohezi Breeding Center for Felidae on October 26, 2007 in Harbin of Heilongjiang Province, China. The centere, established in 1986, is the world's biggest captive breeding base for Siberian tigers and more than 800 Siberian tigers have been raised there. The wild Siberian tiger (Panthera tigris altaica) only distributed in northeast China, the far east area of Russia and the North Korea. There are approximately 450 of the tigers in the world, around 20 of those are in China.

SAN FRANCISCO - FEBRUARY 21:  Tony, a Siberian Tiger, sits in a renovated big cat grotto at the San Francisco Zoo February 21, 2008 in San Francisco, California. The San Francisco Zoo reopened its big cat grottos for public viewing almost two months after a man was fatally mauled by a Siberian tiger that escaped from its enclosure on Christmas day. Renovations to the enclosures included an extension of the concrete moat to 16 feet, 4 inches from the bottom, installation of glazing and fencing barrier, and installation of a hot wire electric fence.

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