Mama Bear Is Throwing A Wrench In Plans For Panda Twins
The D.C. zoo's panda twins are going to need a lot of care from both zookeepers and Mom, but she's not letting humans take one of her cubs.By Samantha Crook | August 25, 2015
The panda twins born Saturday at Washington D.C.'s National Zoo are proving difficult to care for.
The zoo team had a plan to swap cubs every few hours so they could care for one while Mom cared for the other. But mama bear has been reluctant to let zookeepers make the swap. (Video via Smithsonian National Zoological Park)
The zoo said Tuesday it had been more than a day since they were able to get hold of the larger cub.