If you said this on any street in most parts of China, then the answer would probably be that you’re imagining it!
Early on March 5, when the security guards at a tourist site called “Love Cube” checked the surveillance video, they found that a panda had visited the green belt by the gate area at around 2 a.m.
In the video, a two-year old panda was seen crossing the street, before clinging to the iron barriers outside the scenic region, and attempting to climb over.
After the unsuccessful attempt, the panda crossed the street again, and finally jumped into the “Love Cube” scenic region by stepping on a flower stand.
Interestingly, the panda strictly followed traffic rules by walking on the zebra crossing, both times when it crossed the street.
Perhaps we should rename the zebra crossing a panda crossing.
“Love Cube” is about 25 miles away from the Wolong Giant Panda Reserve Center. It’s unknown how the panda got there and where it was headed