Wild panda mother, cub captured on cameras in Sichuan

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On Sunday, infrared cameras in a nature reserve in southwest China’s Sichuan Province captured footage of a wild giant panda mother and her cub hanging out together. 

The video clips showed an adult panda strolling in the woods. She was followed by a panda cub who stumbled into the cameras. The infrared cameras also captured images of snow leopards, antelopes, red pandas, and other wildlife foraging for food. 

(Reported by Liu Gang; Edited by Qi Yiling)