Chances are, you either have a kid or know a kid that jumps into things before they're ready. Like climbing a tree. As it turns out, little pandas are not all that different from little humans in that respect.
A panda cub decided it was his time to climb a tree at the Smithsonian National Zoo in Washington, D.C. But he wasn't prepared for being that far off the ground. And he definitely wasn't prepared for coming down. Luckily, Mama Bear wasn't too far away, and when you see what she did to help him, it'll melt your heart.
Watch the touching, now-viral footage for yourself below.
After several attempts this morning, #BeiBei climbed up a tree! And mamma bear Mei Xiang helped him climb back down. #WeSaveSpeciesPosted by Smithsonian’s National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute on Monday, February 8, 2016
After several attempts this morning, #BeiBei climbed up a tree! And mamma bear Mei Xiang helped him climb back down. #WeSaveSpecies
via Huffington Post
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