A heroic rescue was made this week when a panda breeder in Beijing, China, saved a choking panda by performing the Heimlich maneuver on the animal. The breeder, who has chosen to remain anonymous, was visiting the panda enclosure when he heard the panda choking and immediately rushed over to help. He was able to remove a piece of bamboo from the panda’s throat, which had become lodged there while the animal was eating. Fortunately, the breeder was familiar with the Heimlich maneuver and was able to save the panda’s life. The panda is said to be in good spirits and recovering well.
Pandas in captivity have a unique bond with their handlers, often forming strong and trusting relationships. According to experts, this is due to the fact that pandas in captivity are dependent on their handlers for food and care. As a result, pandas in captivity are highly social animals and will often form strong attachments with their handlers. This bond can be seen in the way that pandas in captivity will often seek out their handlers for comfort and affection. In addition, pandas in captivity have also been known to show affection to their handlers through gestures such as cuddling, licking, and playing. This unique bond between pandas in captivity and their handlers is a testament to the special relationship between humans and animals.