The post has been shared on social media platform Facebook with two images showing Jang the red panda and drone used to track the animal.
Finally, the red panda was tracked and rescued , after an intensive search operation by the authorities of Duisburg zoo in Germany.
This news had been shared on the zoo's Facebook page and it received much love from Netigens.
The post has been shared with two images showing Jang ,a red panda and the drone used for searching. " Our zoo team formed forces and searched for red panda. Binoculars and thermal imaging drones are used because it was assumed that the animal was staying in one of the numerous tree crowns on the zoo grounds. It is difficult to search in a decayed state. So, a thermal imaging drone is used to support search panda in the morning hours. Due to external weather influences, we assume that at one point of the panda facility there was an opportunity that the demarcation could be overcome with a plant-based climbing aid,” a roughly translated caption from German.
It was the post shared on July 2 which won tons of comments and over 3800 reactions. Netigens were happy to hear this and congratulated the zoo authorities.
Many Facebook users reacted to this post.
"Thank god he is back", commented one. Other commented like "Aww, looks like he went for a little hike", commented another.
Source:- Hindustan Times
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