something we associate cuteness with. The baby panda Yuan Zai is no different
if not cuter. This little newly born panda was separated from her mother Yuan
Yuan right at the time of birth. The baby panda was injured and had to be put
in an incubator for 39 days in order to survive and then it was time to reunite
the infant with his mother but since Yuan zai was separated from his mother
right at the time of birth, there is a possibility she might not recognize him
so the precautions were taken.
Finally the moment we were all waiting for is here and reunion goes beautifully successful. A mother, never mind the species always knows of her children and this panda is no different, she immediately gets what's going on gets so excited to see her child for the first time after separation. At first it takes time for parental instinct to kick in and Yuan Yuan struggles to hold the baby panda properly eventually she gets the hold of it and nurses her child like any other panda would. The whole scene is a true gift of nature and how a mother and a child longing for each other finally come together.
You have seen dogs working in movies and serials and you are aware that they can act as per direction. However, that requires a lot of training and in this video it seems that the dog has received a lot of training to act. Here, the pit bull acts to be dead every time his master makes a gesture of pressing trigger and firing a gun. The sequence looks really dramatic and you need to see the video to see how perfect the timing of the dog in the video is. The master in the video points the finger to the dog, shouts trigger and makes an action of firing the gun with his finger and the dog reacts promptly.
The video was shot after providing a lot of training to the dog and the dog performs with perfection. At the end of the video you will see that it gets a biscuit for performing the act perfectly. It can be understood from the video itself that the dog is quite happy to get the biscuit as a reward for what he did and the master is also quite happy with the fast response of the dog.