If you love pandas, we may have found your dream job. At a zoo in China, keepers are expected to don life-size panda costumes to help the cubs prepare for life in the wild.
Footage of keepers doing exactly this was recently shared by the Wolong National Nature Reserve. The video shows the staff playing and cuddling baby pandas.
While the gig may be incredible, there’s one important requirement not everyone may be up to. That is, to smear urine and feces on the outfits, reports the Standard UK.
The keepers do this to mask their human scent and to mimic play between mother and baby pandas. The ultimate goal is to limit the mammal’s attachment to humans which could limit their chances of survival in the wild.
Watch the video below:
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