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'Panda nanny' at Chinese sanctuary dubbed 'the happiest job in the world'

By Ben Hooper
'Panda nanny' at Chinese sanctuary dubbed 'the happiest job in the world'
A panda being held by its "nanny." Storyful video screenshot

YA'AN, China, Oct. 29 (UPI) -- A Chinese panda sanctuary shared a video of people performing "the happiest job in the world" -- a panda nanny.

The video, posted to the iPanda channel on YouTube, shows workers at the Bifengxia Panda Base at Ya'an City acting as "nannies" for young bears in the facility's Panda Daycare Nursery.

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"At Bifengxia Panda Base at Ya'an City, a panda nanny requires taking care of panda cubs, spending 365 days with the pandas and sharing in their joys and sorrows," the video's description reads.

The video brands the "panda nanny" position as "the happiest job in the world."

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