Animals’ run away Part 1
Posted April 11, 2012on:
Once upon a time the falcons saw a magnificent cage a little further from Bittu, the baby elephant’s cage. They had never seen such a worth seeing enclosure before anywhere not even in the zoo.
It was like a Chinese pagoda. The bright red canopy was upturned and it was laden with flowery liana on three sides giving it a picturesque scene.
Inside the enclosure, bamboo shoots and long elephant grass scattered all over. There was some one inside —– “who could it be?
A baby bear—– a black and white baby bear? How could that be?” said a monkey. A falcon was surprised to see a back and white bear. Guessing their wonder the animal inside said: “friends, I am not a bear. I am a Panda. I belong toSouthern China.
Southern Chinais covered with thick forests. I do resemble bears but I am herbivorous. I eat leaves and bamboo shoots.”
A monkey said: “you seem to be living alone here. Don’t you have other pandas or your family members here?”
The panda heaving a sigh said: “My mother died of a strange disease when I was very young. I would have died too if some humans did not take care of me. They brought me here. Since then they have treated me like their own baby. They feed me, care for me and love me.
They have not only saved my life but have also saved our generation. I am very thankful to them.”
The monkeys and falcons speechless listened to panda’s story.
After some time a falcon asked panda: “Panda dear would you please explain the how humans saved your species?”
“Ugh! It’s a long story but I will tell you in short. For past many decades new pandas’ reproduction bunged rather the species lessened gradually. Years of study and research made it possible for the humans to find the cause of our thinning. Now a rewarding number of pandas are being raised. Other countries are also working hard to build up our breed. This is all because of humans’ love and care for animals and especially for us, the pandas.”
“Hey! How come you are all out of your cages?” Said Panda astonished.
The falcons and monkeys had no answer to panda’s query so they moved quietly from there.