"Yang Yang" is the first panda mother in captivity to raise twins without human help. He is not a raven, but a supermajka confirms the research document, which was published on Thursday in "PLOS ONE Journal".
Martina Heiderera, Tiergarten's scientific assistant, explored how Yang Yang managed to breed. "Thanks to camera shots, I was able to analyze the behavior of" Yang Yang "and her twins" Fu Feng "and" Fu Ban "in the first four months of life to examine how they managed to keep the twins in time," Heiderer reported,
Breeding data was compared with "Fu Long" and "Fu Hu" data. The results are amazing. Heiderer: "Yang Yang gave each twin as much time as was the case with their teenagers, cleaning two young animals took twice as long and breastfeeding was more time consuming because they did not drink at the same time not save the extra time needed for their youngsters but sacrificed their own rest and slept less. "
In order to analyze the timeframe, Heiderer assessed the video minutes and noted whether "Yang Yang" is currently asleep, caring for or cleaning up his young children. "At some point I felt like I saw only black and white."