A panda mother and her cub were captured by infrared cameras in a nature reserve. Three sets of photos and a short video of the pair were captured between January and April this year in Huanglong Nature Reserve in the Aba Tibet and Qiang Autonomous Prefecture of Sichuan.
It is the first time cameras had captured footage of a panda mother and her cub, as well as that of a subadult panda at the nature reserve. Experts said that based on image analysis, the panda cub was around one and a half years old. The most recent photos of the mother and baby were captured on February 13. Since then, the baby has not been seen, which means it has probably left its mother and lives on its own.
Panda cubs usually leave their mothers when they are one to two years old.
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