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Q: Who has fed a Panda before?

I fed pandas apples they love them! Have you ever been to one of the zoo's in China that have a place to buy food to feed the pandas? I know most of the foreigners living in China have never done so because they've never been to Anhui before. On a curiosity assuming that you will in the future how much would you spend to feed the pandas? 

Usually 5 go 10 kaui per apple stick! Should it be higher?

9 years 13 weeks ago in  Culture - Beijing

 
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Why are you feeding pandas apples? Shouldn't they be eating bamboo? As for who has fed a panda, I assume lots of people have, including the zookeepers.

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i fed on a panda once. not bad. bit tough though

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When I was in Chengdu in 2009 it was 3000rmb to hug a panda surprise

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Yeah did the whole hold a panda and feed him an apple thing back in '07.  He also sucked on my thumb.

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This is going to be my birthday present to myself next year. I can't wait.

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