Camera adventure

The adventure in the snow of a small panda filmed

A baby panda at the Smithsonian National Zoo experienced the first snowfall of 2022 in Washington, DC, on Monday, and the encounter was caught on video.

The zoo wrote on Twitter that Xiao Qi Ji, a 16-month-old giant panda cub, was “a little wary when first encountering snow” in 2021. But video footage of a tumbling, “tummy-sliding” panda tells a different story this year.

“This morning the 16-month-old plowed headfirst into fresh powder, rolled over and savored the first #SnowDay of 2022,” the post read. Xiao Qi Ji’s “belly sliding skills” got a 10 out of 10 rating from the zoo.


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The zoo was closed on January 4 after a winter storm blanketed the nation’s capital and surrounding areas a day earlier.


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