For testing a bout of colic, a giant panda in Scotland has undergone several tests under general anesthesia. Vets shaved that part of Yang Guang so that they could easily and clearly reveal what exactly was the problem with his digestive system that forced him to stay away from public display in January.
But according to experts at Edinburgh Zoo, this eight-year-old Panda is now absolutely alright.
Panda’s do have a big body but they are in actual quite delicate darlings. Experts tested and reviewed a large group of pandas belonging to the regions of China, Edinburgh and many more and they tried to find out if they suffer from some signs of distress like anxiety or slight physical discomfort.
During their long trip of investigation, they fed pandas with apples, carrots, panda cake and mineral water, as well as bamboo. But despite all this, Tian Tian panda was not happy with her journey. She was found uncomfortable unloading herself from a coop into the specially-built zoo enclosure.
Pandas have vulnerable stomach and digestive system. And therefore, when this lot was shifted to Scotland, then first Yang Guang and then Tian Tian surrendered to colic. They had an upset tummy which forced the Zoo officials to take them off the public display so that they could recover fast.
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