China’s government is spending millions of dollars on a new pandas project, but the pandas are already doing something very unusual.
They’re using social media to make a political statement.
It’s not that pandas hate their new handlers, according to experts and animals rights activists.
Rather, they’re making their own political statement about the power of social media, said Dr Daniel Beyer, a leading researcher on the panda project.
The pandas will not only be watching the feed but also posting about their own lives.
The government has hired an expert on pandas to create a video feed of the pandan family.
He is being paid $1,000 per month for six months to create videos of the animals and their interactions with the public, said Beyer.
In the video, a panda is seen in a cage, with its hind legs bent and its ears down.
“It’s a pretty funny video,” said Beier, a researcher at the University of Washington in Seattle who is studying social media use by pandas.
Beyer said the pandans’ own social media activity shows the importance of creating a sense of community, particularly online.
“There’s a sense that the pandacas are a part of society, and they have their own culture,” he said.
“That’s not the case for many other species, especially in the wild.”
Beer said there are several pandas in China that have been known to have used social media extensively to communicate, and that this may have been the case with the pandals in question.
However, he said, the pandacs could be just the tip of the iceberg.
“The more you know about the pandatic society, the more it’s going to become apparent that there’s a lot more that goes on behind the scenes,” he added.
Pandas in captivity are rarely seen, although a few have been seen in the past, he added, and even in China, they are not given much social media exposure.
“It could be a sign of something happening in the society that’s going on in the cage,” he explained.
While there are some instances of pandas being given the opportunity to interact with the outside world, the vast majority of the time, they remain in the cages, said Dan Beyer of the University the University at Albany.
Although the Chinese government is not providing much in the way of social infrastructure to support pandas, they have been spending hundreds of millions of yuan on pandapods to keep them comfortable, according the BBC.
And, it seems that the new pandacars are happy to help themselves to as much social support as possible.
The videos that are being made in China by the pandacanas and their handlers are being shared on Twitter and Facebook, with some pandas posting videos of themselves and their friends to the feeds.
One panda posted a video of itself holding a sign reading “I’m a Panda” and a photo of the giant bird with a smiley face.
Another one posted a picture of a bird and a message saying “I don’t want you to feel sorry for me”.
Beers said that he was not sure if the pandaras would ever take it down.
“I don`t know,” he replied.
“I`m not really sure what they would do.
I know they can say it’s not for them, but I don`T think they can do that.”
A third panda has been seen feeding on the Chinese flag.
A fourth panda, however, has been photographed eating some Chinese food.
According to the BBC, the video was created using the pandadas’ own account on a Chinese social media site, Sina Weibo.
However, a source close to the project said the account was shut down after the government complained.
There have been a number of videos uploaded by pandacaras of themselves in the middle of the road, eating Chinese food, or in the zoo, according Dr Beyer’s research.
Panda enthusiasts have also been uploading videos of their own to YouTube and Facebook in China.
One of them, called “The Panda’s Last Words”, was uploaded to the video site on Tuesday and has attracted nearly 3.5 million views.
It shows a young panda giving a farewell to her mother, which sounds like a classic panda greeting, but is really an expletive and the pandaman’s speech has been edited to make it seem more like a death threat.
Another video posted to YouTube has the two pandas singing together, accompanied by the caption “I was the first to come here and eat the meat, now I’m hungry and thirsty.”
Another shows a Chinese woman dancing on a table in a Chinese restaurant and then saying, “I’ll give you the food of my life, but first I need to have a talk with you.”
The third video is about a