Panda-monium: A giant panda Meng Lin breaks free from his enclosure at Beijing Zoo.

  • Meng Lan was conceived at Chengdu Giant Panda Breeding Base (China), July 2015.
  • After being mistreated by the breeding center, he was sent to be transferred on September 2017.
  • Meng Lan, six years old, was lured by his enclosurekeepers to come back to it with food.










The amazing moment that a giant panda escaped from its enclosure at the Beijing Zoo is captured here. 

This video features Meng Lan, who was born July 2015 at Chengdu Giant Panda Breeding Base.  

The video shows him climbing and poking his head over the wall of his habitat as stunned tourists crowd around and record the animal.

This is the incredible moment a giant panda broke out of his enclosure in front of visitors at a Beijing Zoo

Here’s the amazing moment when a huge panda flew out of its enclosure right in front of Zoo visitors from Beijing.

The video was captured on December 15 and features Meng Lan, a panda born in July 2015 in Chengdu Giant Panda Breeding Base

This video features Meng Lan, who was born July 2015 at Chengdu Giant Panda Breeding Base.

Meng Lan was transferred to the zoo in Beijing, China, in September 2017 after the breeding centre was accused of mistreating him

Meng Lan, a male chinese lion, was taken to Beijing Zoo in September 2017, after he was accused by the centre of maltreating him.

The official from China in uniform encourages those watching to flee the region. 

Meng Lan is seen climbing up a second metal fence at the end of this video. 

Meng Lin made it down to the ground moments later and enjoyed a brief taste of freedom, before the zookeepers lured Meng L back to his enclosure by offering food.

Meng Lan, a stray dog from the Chinese breeding center, was mistreated and was sent to Beijing Zoo in September 2017. 

Beijing Zoo staff know Meng Lan’s history of misbehaving at the Beijing Zoo. They have promised to change Meng Lan’s environment so that she doesn’t get away again.

The video shows him climbing and poking his head over the wall of his habitat as stunned tourists crowd around and record the animal

As stunned tourists surround him and film the video, he climbs and pokes his head above the wall.

Moments later, Meng Lan made it to the ground and briefly tasted freedom before zookeepers lured him back to his enclosure with food

Meng Lin made it down and enjoyed a brief taste of freedom, but the zookeepers dragged him back to his enclosure.

This is not the first appearance of the cheeky panda in the news. 

Humorous footage taken in 2016 shows Meng Lan’s funny interactions with his keeper at the South-West China Breeding Centre.

China’s CCTV News uploaded the video to YouTube. The man complained about his panda’s fatness and the animal responded by making an ‘unhuh’ sound every time he was criticized.

In protest at the owner, the bear decided to stay put.

It comes as China removed giant pandas from its list of endangered species earlier this year after the number living in the wild increased.

According to Beijing, there are 1,800 wild pandas. This means that the species has been classified as endangered instead of endangered.

Pandas were listed for the first time as endangered in 1990. However, their population has increased over 30 years of conservation efforts.

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