A panda sliding down hill at the Smithsonian's National Zoo in Washington, DC.
Gulf Today Report
Two pandas, Mei Xiang and Tian Tian, at the Smithsonian's National Zoo were seen enjoying the snow and sliding down hills, while giant panda cub Xiao Qi Ji was having his first encounter with the snow, in the biggest snowstorm to hit the US capital in two years.
Washington’s Smithsonian's National Zoo shared the video of the pandas playing in the snow.
The zoo authorities wrote, “Slides, somersaults and pure panda joy. Happy snow day from giant pandas Mei Xiang and Tian Tian!”
Washington DC residents and tourists visit the National Mall to see the US capital's landmarks covered in snow after the biggest snowstorm in two years hit the city.
A sprawling, lumbering winter storm walloped the Eastern US on Monday, shutting down coronavirus vaccination sites, closing schools and halting transit as snow piled up from the Appalachians to New England, with the heaviest accumulations yet to come in many places.
With flakes falling since Sunday evening, New York City and northern New Jersey were bracing for as much as 22 inches (56 cm) of snow, and parts of New England for a foot or more.
The National Weather Service warned that high winds and snowfall could persist into Tuesday in New York and Wednesday in New England.
"We’re looking at a long two days here,” New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said at a virtual news conference, noting that road conditions were already "seriously dangerous" at midday.
In the viral clip the zookeeper weighs little Fu Bao on a scale and then places the baby panda on the floor in an enclosure at the Everland Zoo near Seoul.
Although no PCR test for the new coronavirus was conducted, zoo deputy director Kiran Saleem said the zoo believes the cubs were the victims of the pandemic that has killed 12,256 people in Pakistan.
The Dubai Crown Prince calls the camels for a feed, and surprisingly all of them respond, highlighting the bonding between the royal and animals.
Emotional health is a no.1 priority for better heart health. Negative emotions and thoughts stimulate the flight and fight response which results in the production of cortisol.
People have a right to know how many calories are in their food, but the amount of saturated fat and sugar should also be known, says a nutritionist.
Andrusz bagged the prize money of $5,500 after presenting the winning pumpkin that weighed 1,158 kg.