Yang Yang is the first mother of a panda in captivity, created by twins without human help. She is not a crater, but the super-mom confirms the study published on PLOS ONE Journal on Thursday.
Martina Heiderers, a scientific assistant at Tiergarten, has investigated how Yang Yang has succeeded in cultivating. "Thanks to the shooting cameras in the dive box, I can analyze the behavior of Yang Yang and her twin Fu Feng and Fu Ban during the first four months of life and explore how they manage twin breeding at the time," Heiderer reported,
Cultivation data were compared with Fu Long and Fu Hu. The results are amazing. Heiderers: "Yang Yang has given as much time to every twin as their individual minors, the two young animals were twice as long cleaned up, and lactation was more time consuming because they did not save the extra time they needed for their young people at the same time but sacrificed relaxed and washed. "
To analyze the time budget, Heiderers reviewed the video minutes in a minute and noted whether Yang Yang is currently sleeping, nursing or small babies. "At that moment, I had the feeling that I saw only black and white."