Thu, October 11, 2012
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Trained panda ready to return to nature

2012-10-11 06:52:59 GMT2012-10-11 14:52:59(Beijing Time)  China Daily

A panda trainer tries to catch Tao Tao and Cao Cao on Oct 7, 2012. The first wild-grown panda, Tao Tao "graduated" from wildlife training on Sunday. Since his birth on Aug 3, 2010, Tao Tao has been in training with his mother, Cao Cao, in the wild at Wolong Panda training base in Sichuan. It has learned all the behaviors pandas need in the wild, such as walking, climbing trees and looking for food. After the training, Tao Tao is ready to be officially released into the wild. [Photo/Asianewsphoto]

Tao Tao in wilderness training on Oct 7. The first wild-grown panda, Tao Tao "graduated" from wildlife training on Oct 7, 2012. Since his birth on Aug 3, 2010, Tao Tao has been in training with his mother, Cao Cao, in the wild at Wolong Panda training base in Sichuan. It has learned all the behaviors pandas need in the wild, such as walking, climbing trees and looking for food. After the training, Tao Tao is ready to be officially released into the wild. [Photo/Asianewsphoto]

A panda trainer brings another panda cub into wilderness training on Oct 9. The first wild-grown panda, Tao Tao "graduated" from wildlife training on Oct 7, 2012. Since his birth on Aug 3, 2010, Tao Tao has been in training with his mother, Cao Cao, in the wild at Wolong Panda training base in Sichuan. It has learned all the behaviors pandas need in the wild, such as walking, climbing trees and looking for food. After the training, Tao Tao is ready to be officially released into the wild. [Photo/Asianewsphoto]

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