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Pandas had sensed China quake before it happened

Pandas sensed the quake before it happened. If eyewitness accounts are to be believed, pandas had sensed the massive earthquake that shook central China on May 12, with the animals behaving strangely just minutes before the quake struck. Several British tourists, who survived the disaster, said that captive pandas at the Wolong National Nature Reserve, which is near the epicenter, began acting strangely in the minutes before the devastating earthquake. Several tourists told how the animals stopped eating bamboo and became eerily agitated moments before the quake struck. The pandas had been really lazy and just eaten a little bit of bamboo, and all of a sudden they were parading around their pen. Other tourists reported that when the pandas were pacing up down and walking around, the land started shaking and the animals ran to the edge of the reservation.

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