世界自然遺產 發現大熊貓 Giant Panda
Passing through millions of years of evolution, the giant pandas are considered as living fossils. However, the hominine development has been compromising pandas’ natural habitat constantly in the past 10,000 years and driving them to withdraw themselves from the world to evade into the east fringe of Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. And the giant panda’s habitat in Sichuan Province of China has been identified as world heritage by UNESCO in 2006. The 9,245 square meters field has rich vegetation of various plants and is the largest giant pandas’ habitat around the globe.
The amount of wild pandas has declined to the number below 1000 partly because their continuously fracturing habitat and partly of the low rate of breeding. Therefore, organizing group reproduction and preserving pandas’ habitat from depredation have become crucial in all endangered species preservation issues. Associated international organizations and science groups have been collaborating and devoting their efforts to preserve the giant pandas’ survival while researching the relative scientific factors.
The production team traveled into panda habitat in Sichuan to film their daily lives and went deep in the forests to unveil their trails with research team members. The team also interviewed the experts of panda preservation in the reproduction and research station to see how they keep working in such a poor condition and overcome the enigmas of breeding, fertility and nurturing the newborns based on results of their researches. In the panda nurture home, you can see how little pandas learn to chew the bamboos and practice living skills while frolicking with each other. Other activities such as playing balls, jumping and climbing are also built to train the pandas for their future wild lives. These precious footages captured the baby pandas’ everyday lives. Enjoy this joyful and educational journey with us!
Giant Panda語言:中文 長度:60分鐘x1集 類型:自然生態紀錄片(HD) 內容簡介: 經過幾百萬年…