Cute video: Internet is loving this clumsy panda's fall
A hilarious footage of a giant panda Bei Bei working on his climbing skills has left social media users in splits
Still from the video
A hilarious footage of a giant panda working on his climbing skills has left social media users in splits.
Last week, the Smithsonian’s National Zoo in Washington DC, US, posted a compilation of Bei Bei, an adorable two-year-old panda, falling out of trees at the zoo’s panda house. Bei Bei’s clumsy effort immediately caught the fancy of the Internet.
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The video was met with very cute responses
Omg this panda ðÂÂÂÂ¼ðÂÂÂÂÂÂ âÂÂÂÂï¸ÂÂ @presley_raine— Malia Probst #VR #AR (@TheMalia) July 8, 2017
Omg, I can't wait to see Bei Bei when I visit D.C. later this month!— JennaBroughton (@JennaBroughton) July 7, 2017
Nobody puts Bei Bei in a corner— Stephanie Johnston (@SoongJohnston) July 7, 2017
Life...it's not about how you fall but how well you get back up! Go #BeiBei— Lisa Marshall (@LisaMar35473689) July 7, 2017
Love the one where he attack a a bush after he falls ðÂÂÂÂÂÂ stupid bush— Jillian (@jilli212) July 8, 2017
This panda is me doing literally anything other than eating pizza and playing video games— shahrose (@shahroseaziz) July 8, 2017
Poor baby is trying this is hard to watch it's like watching a baby when it's first walking ðÂÂÂÂÂÂ— Suz (@LoghomesalesSuz) July 8, 2017
Me attempting to do everything I've never done but believe I can just magically do first time around— Taura Jones (@taurajones) July 7, 2017
The superstar in question is Bei Bei. He was born on August 22, 2015. Bei Bei made his first public viewing on January 16, 2016. Currently he and his mother Mei Xiang can be viewed via a panda-cam at the National Zoo.
Bei Bei, a giant panda cub who is a star attraction at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo in Washington, was operated in November 2016 after he indulged in gluttony. An emergency surgery was done to remove a 'lemon-sized mass of bamboo' lodged in his digestive tract. (Read more)
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