Singapore’s panda Le Le is ‘growing fast’ and now a big baby in weight reveal (Video)
Singapore’s beloved panda is now a big burly boy
Mandai Wildlife Reserve revealed the weight of Le Le today. The close to 2-year-old furball has continuously grown from 200 grams in August 2021, to 8 kilograms in December that year, to 33 kilograms in August last year and now weighs a whopping 56 kilograms!
“He sure is growing fast!” the zoo operator wrote. Pandas, especially males, can grow over 100 kilograms.
When he’s not snacking on bamboo or snuggling up in his den, he’s climbing trees and rebelling against his roommate and mother Jia Jia.
While panda parents Kai Kai and Jia Ji will be spending five more years following a contract extension late last year, their baby Le Le will return to China when he turns two this August.
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