With the 2008 Summer Olympics being held in China, the adorable yet threatened Giant Panda is bound to get a lot of TV attention as an icon for Chinese wildlife. Yet calling these animals “threatened” is an understatement, as the Animal Planet specials “A Panda is Born” and “Baby Panda’s First Year” documented in riveting detail. In case you’d like to learn more about these fascinating, peaceful creatures, we’re offering both specials on a single DVD straight from the Animal Planet library.
To win this DVD of A Panda is Born and Baby Panda’s First Year, simply complete and submit the entry form below through the deadline of 11:59pm PST on July 15, 2008. This contest is open worldwide to anyone 18 years old or older. You can enter once per day per email address. Winners will be chosen at random and notified via e-mail, so make sure you leave us a valid email address as well as your physical mailing address. Your odds of winning are increased by returning/entering each day and by entering multiple times using multiple email addresses. Good luck!
DVD Synopsis: These two Animal Planet specials discuss the difficult years of a panda’s life. The first special documents two challenging mating seasons at the Smithsonian National Zoo, ultimately leading to a panda’s birth. Before viewers’ very eyes, the panda grows up into a panda cub, with the show (and viewers) there for the first 12 months of the adorable cub’s life, from nibbling the first bites of bamboo to taking his first dip in the pool.