Cute Pandas Play on Slide

This is a really fun video to watch of four pandas playing with each other and going down a wooden slide, sometimes running into each other. The video was taken from the Chengdu Panda Base. The Chengdu Panda Base is a respected Chinese organization that seeks to preserve and protect endangered wildlife. It also provides scientific research, a safe haven, and breeding program for giant pandas.

In this video, you get to see some of the pandas from The Chengdu Panda Base have a blast playing with each other. First, one of the keepers gets the pandas playing on the slide then they start to do so on their own. It’s a lot of fun to watch, especially when the pandas “roll” down the slide or playfully run into each other.

Cute Pandas Play on Slide

Cute pandas playing on the slide

What's more entertaining than watching a panda playing on a slide? Watching 4 pandas playing on a slide! 🙂 (A video from the Chengdu Panda Base).

Chengdu in China has been the hometown of the giant panda -- one of the world's most endangered species - for more than 8 million years, and the Chengdu Panda Base (a not-for-profit organisation) is a world-renowned breeding and research center for the giant panda. Celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2012, the Panda Base now has the largest controlled breeding population in the world -- 108 giant pandas.

Panda Awareness Week highlights the work of the Chengdu Panda Base in fostering the continued growth of the giant panda population, as well as rescuing and rehabilitating pandas so they can return to the wild.

To celebrate Panda Awareness Week, 108 pandas brought panda-monium to the streets of London on the 4th, 5th, and 6th of July.

Follow us on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/ChengduPAW for photos and videos from Panda Awareness Week, and the Chengdu Panda Base.

For more information on the Chengdu Panda Base visit: http://www.panda.org.cn/english/.

Chengdu is the capital of Sichuan Province in southwest China and maintains a unique and uncompromising commitment to panda conservation. For more information on Chengdu and the Sichuan Province visit: http://www.gochengdu.cn/.

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