SEE IT: Panda Yuan Yuan sends 7-month-old daughter cub to bed
Yuan Zai slowly crept out of her room at the Taipei Zoo when her mother spotted her and dragged her back to bed. The cub was born on July 6.
By Joel Landau / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Even pandas have bed times.
Cameras in the zoo’s Panda House show Yuan Zai — whose name van be translated to mean “Yuan Yuan’s child” or literally the “the little round thing” — slowly sliding down a hall into a common area with a mischievous smirk on her face.
She was crawling on her stomach as if to avoid detection.
Yuan Yuan sees her daughter and walks over to put her back. She first grabs her by the neck using her mouth, and then cradles her and carries her back to her bed.
The baby did not seem happy, but couldn’t put up much of a fight.
Yuan Zai, who was born on July 6, probably needs her rest as her family is the biggest attraction at the zoo.
The zoo can accomodate up to 19,000 people a day to come and see the panda family, which also includes father Tuan Tuan.
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