Ueno Zoo “Panda no Mori” open to the public

Ueno Zoo “Panda no Mori” will be open to the public on September 8 at 11:56 k10012606621_202009081218_202009081220.mp4 The new giant panda breeding facility “Panda no Mori” completed at Tokyo Ueno Zoo will be open to the public on 8th. “Panda no Mori” is 6800 square meters in size, which is three times the size of conventional breeding facilities, and it models trees and rocks in the forest of Sichuan Province, China, which is a habitat, and has height differences. Is the feature.

On the 8th, when the public release began, people who booked in advance enjoyed the appearance of pandas to prevent infection with the new coronavirus.

Raised three years ago, the father of “Shangshan”, Lee Lee, and the mother, “Shin Shin,” were born three years ago. At the zoo, we would like to encourage them to move more actively and lead to new breeding.

A woman in her 50s visited with a bag with a panda illustration and said, “I felt more fun. I am very much looking forward to the next baby.”

“We are delighted to be able to convey the importance of pandas, which is a symbol of wildlife conservation, to the importance of pandas, which is a symbol of the conservation of wild animals. When he comes, it looks like he’s in perfect condition.”