In order to boost the population of pandas, vets at Adelaide Zoo have been trying to help the two pandas to reproduce. The vets are a few days far to know that whether or not their efforts have derived fruitful results.
The two pandas, Wang Wang and Funi, are being helped not only bet vets, but also by human reproduction specialists. All the efforts are being made to ensure that pairing of pandas is being done correctly.
Senior vet Ian Smith was of the view that complexities get increased when it is about the reproduction of pandas. One of the biggest problems is that female panda breeds for 36 hours and that too in a year. In such a short time span, they are scared to take any kind of risk and make sure that their every move falls at right place.
"Taking body measurements to see how they're preparing for the breeding season, and one of the other things we've been doing is taking urine samples", said Smith. He further affirmed that it is not at all easy to check the breeding preparation from urine samples, as body hormones changes a lot. So they have to send samples time and again.
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