PHOTOS Feeder of giant pandas in Beijing

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Feeder of giant pandas in Beijing

People's Daily Online

15:00, May 23, 2021

Ma Tao observes giant panda Meng Er at the giant panda pavilion of Beijing Zoo in Beijing, capital of China, April 21, 2021. Ma Tao, 51 years old, breeder of the giant panda pavilion of Beijing Zoo, has been a feeder of giant pandas for 32 years. Every day, before working, Ma observes the condition of giant pandas and adjusts food recipe for them. Over the past years, Ma has fed about 20 giant pandas, with whom he also developed deep emotions. Nowadays he can quickly judge the health condition of the animal with methods he explored and concluded. He also teaches young colleagues to have patience and be earnest during work. Feeding giant pandas, the treasure animal of the country, makes him feel proud. (Photos: Xinhua/Ju Huanzong)

Ma Tao releases giant panda Meng Meng to the open-air ground after preparing food at the giant panda pavilion of Beijing Zoo in Beijing, capital of China, April 21, 2021. Ma Tao, 51 years old, breeder of the giant panda pavilion of Beijing Zoo, has been a feeder of giant pandas for 32 years. Every day, before working, Ma observes the condition of giant pandas and adjusts food recipe for them. Over the past years, Ma has fed about 20 giant pandas, with whom he also developed deep emotions. Nowadays he can quickly judge the health condition of the animal with methods he explored and concluded. He also teaches young colleagues to have patience and be earnest during work. Feeding giant pandas, the treasure animal of the country, makes him feel proud.

Giant panda Meng Meng eats at the giant panda pavilion of Beijing Zoo in Beijing, capital of China, April 21, 2021. Ma Tao, 51 years old, breeder of the giant panda pavilion of Beijing Zoo, has been a feeder of giant pandas for 32 years. Every day, before working, Ma observes the condition of giant pandas and adjusts food recipe for them. Over the past years, Ma has fed about 20 giant pandas, with whom he also developed deep emotions. Nowadays he can quickly judge the health condition of the animal with methods he explored and concluded. He also teaches young colleagues to have patience and be earnest during work. Feeding giant pandas, the treasure animal of the country, makes him feel proud.

Ma Tao feeds giant panda Meng Er at the giant panda pavilion of Beijing Zoo in Beijing, capital of China, April 21, 2021. Ma Tao, 51 years old, breeder of the giant panda pavilion of Beijing Zoo, has been a feeder of giant pandas for 32 years. Every day, before working, Ma observes the condition of giant pandas and adjusts food recipe for them. Over the past years, Ma has fed about 20 giant pandas, with whom he also developed deep emotions. Nowadays he can quickly judge the health condition of the animal with methods he explored and concluded. He also teaches young colleagues to have patience and be earnest during work. Feeding giant pandas, the treasure animal of the country, makes him feel proud.

Ma Tao prepares bamboo for giant panda Meng Meng at the giant panda pavilion of Beijing Zoo in Beijing, capital of China, April 21, 2021. Ma Tao, 51 years old, breeder of the giant panda pavilion of Beijing Zoo, has been a feeder of giant pandas for 32 years. Every day, before working, Ma observes the condition of giant pandas and adjusts food recipe for them. Over the past years, Ma has fed about 20 giant pandas, with whom he also developed deep emotions. Nowadays he can quickly judge the health condition of the animal with methods he explored and concluded. He also teaches young colleagues to have patience and be earnest during work. Feeding giant pandas, the treasure animal of the country, makes him feel proud.

Ma Tao trains giant panda Meng Er at the giant panda pavilion of Beijing Zoo in Beijing, capital of China, April 21, 2021. Ma Tao, 51 years old, breeder of the giant panda pavilion of Beijing Zoo, has been a feeder of giant pandas for 32 years. Every day, before working, Ma observes the condition of giant pandas and adjusts food recipe for them. Over the past years, Ma has fed about 20 giant pandas, with whom he also developed deep emotions. Nowadays he can quickly judge the health condition of the animal with methods he explored and concluded. He also teaches young colleagues to have patience and be earnest during work. Feeding giant pandas, the treasure animal of the country, makes him feel proud.

Ma Tao trains giant panda Meng Er at the giant panda pavilion of Beijing Zoo in Beijing, capital of China, April 21, 2021. Ma Tao, 51 years old, breeder of the giant panda pavilion of Beijing Zoo, has been a feeder of giant pandas for 32 years. Every day, before working, Ma observes the condition of giant pandas and adjusts food recipe for them. Over the past years, Ma has fed about 20 giant pandas, with whom he also developed deep emotions. Nowadays he can quickly judge the health condition of the animal with methods he explored and concluded. He also teaches young colleagues to have patience and be earnest during work. Feeding giant pandas, the treasure animal of the country, makes him feel proud.

Ma Tao prepares food for giant panda Meng Er at the giant panda pavilion of Beijing Zoo in Beijing, capital of China, April 21, 2021. Ma Tao, 51 years old, breeder of the giant panda pavilion of Beijing Zoo, has been a feeder of giant pandas for 32 years. Every day, before working, Ma observes the condition of giant pandas and adjusts food recipe for them. Over the past years, Ma has fed about 20 giant pandas, with whom he also developed deep emotions. Nowadays he can quickly judge the health condition of the animal with methods he explored and concluded. He also teaches young colleagues to have patience and be earnest during work. Feeding giant pandas, the treasure animal of the country, makes him feel proud.

Visitors watch giant panda Meng Er at the giant panda pavilion of Beijing Zoo in Beijing, capital of China, April 21, 2021. Ma Tao, 51 years old, breeder of the giant panda pavilion of Beijing Zoo, has been a feeder of giant pandas for 32 years. Every day, before working, Ma observes the condition of giant pandas and adjusts food recipe for them. Over the past years, Ma has fed about 20 giant pandas, with whom he also developed deep emotions. Nowadays he can quickly judge the health condition of the animal with methods he explored and concluded. He also teaches young colleagues to have patience and be earnest during work. Feeding giant pandas, the treasure animal of the country, makes him feel proud.

Ma Tao (1st L) discusses with colleagues at the giant panda pavilion of Beijing Zoo in Beijing, capital of China, April 21, 2021. Ma Tao, 51 years old, breeder of the giant panda pavilion of Beijing Zoo, has been a feeder of giant pandas for 32 years. Every day, before working, Ma observes the condition of giant pandas and adjusts food recipe for them. Over the past years, Ma has fed about 20 giant pandas, with whom he also developed deep emotions. Nowadays he can quickly judge the health condition of the animal with methods he explored and concluded. He also teaches young colleagues to have patience and be earnest during work. Feeding giant pandas, the treasure animal of the country, makes him feel proud.

Ma Tao holds food for giant pandas at the giant panda pavilion of Beijing Zoo in Beijing, capital of China, April 21, 2021. Ma Tao, 51 years old, breeder of the giant panda pavilion of Beijing Zoo, has been a feeder of giant pandas for 32 years. Every day, before working, Ma observes the condition of giant pandas and adjusts food recipe for them. Over the past years, Ma has fed about 20 giant pandas, with whom he also developed deep emotions. Nowadays he can quickly judge the health condition of the animal with methods he explored and concluded. He also teaches young colleagues to have patience and be earnest during work. Feeding giant pandas, the treasure animal of the country, makes him feel proud.

Giant panda Meng Er is seen at the giant panda pavilion of Beijing Zoo in Beijing, capital of China, April 21, 2021. Ma Tao, 51 years old, breeder of the giant panda pavilion of Beijing Zoo, has been a feeder of giant pandas for 32 years. Every day, before working, Ma observes the condition of giant pandas and adjusts food recipe for them. Over the past years, Ma has fed about 20 giant pandas, with whom he also developed deep emotions. Nowadays he can quickly judge the health condition of the animal with methods he explored and concluded. He also teaches young colleagues to have patience and be earnest during work. Feeding giant pandas, the treasure animal of the country, makes him feel proud.

Ma Tao prepares food for giant panda Meng Meng at the giant panda pavilion of Beijing Zoo in Beijing, capital of China, April 21, 2021. Ma Tao, 51 years old, breeder of the giant panda pavilion of Beijing Zoo, has been a feeder of giant pandas for 32 years. Every day, before working, Ma observes the condition of giant pandas and adjusts food recipe for them. Over the past years, Ma has fed about 20 giant pandas, with whom he also developed deep emotions. Nowadays he can quickly judge the health condition of the animal with methods he explored and concluded. He also teaches young colleagues to have patience and be earnest during work. Feeding giant pandas, the treasure animal of the country, makes him feel proud.

Ma Tao observes giant panda Meng Meng at the giant panda pavilion of Beijing Zoo in Beijing, capital of China, April 21, 2021. Ma Tao, 51 years old, breeder of the giant panda pavilion of Beijing Zoo, has been a feeder of giant pandas for 32 years. Every day, before working, Ma observes the condition of giant pandas and adjusts food recipe for them. Over the past years, Ma has fed about 20 giant pandas, with whom he also developed deep emotions. Nowadays he can quickly judge the health condition of the animal with methods he explored and concluded. He also teaches young colleagues to have patience and be earnest during work. Feeding giant pandas, the treasure animal of the country, makes him feel proud.

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