Taipei Zoo's panda mom stops cub from wandering
TAIPEI, Taiwan (KGO) -- We have a major cute alert to bring you -- an update on the baby panda in Taiwan that's been learning to walk.
The 110-day-old panda cub can now move around pretty well on her own.
But video shows that as she starts to make a break for it, her mother steps in, picks her up by the scruff of her neck, and drags her back.
A spokesperson at the Taipei Zoo says mama bears have concerns just like humans.
Officials at the zoo are holding a contest to name her. The results will be revealed at the end of October.
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