Panda Cub Bao Bao Tumbles for the Cameras

The National Zoo's panda cub is starting to move on its own and falling down along the way.
3:00 | 01/06/14

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And is really starting to move on -- And Houston and -- growth and development she just sort of master pong game. And now she's been 100 climbing skills as -- probably stops trying to climb up on the Rockford to figure out about it. Get her legs under her and she often takes all tumbles and that's normal -- for any kind of kind of learned how to do. Her -- and a couple. Hopefully by then -- be even more mobile. And hopefully following her mom outside. And then we'll start to see -- -- some attempts at tree climbing and maybe even explain some of the surroundings out there that's not paying you for Hearst hasn't seen grass trees yet. -- a couple of huge -- -- checking all that stuff out. Learn how to countries. Playing -- branches and rolling around like she can't. She's very channeling her dad. Tim -- very laid back into -- Nothing not too much bothers. Me yeah.

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