In a video bound to attract a large audience, posted by IPanda, seven baby pandas attempt to avoid bedtime by escaping their sleeping pods. The mischievous events took place at the China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda where seven panda cubs were separated into small bins for sleeping. However, these pandas did not have the same idea in mind, instead of actually going to sleep six out the seven cubs decided to attempt a clearly group planned escape (with the exception of that one anti-social, or just really obedient sibling on the bottom right who seemed to have instantly gone to sleep). These cubs were so determined to get out we can't help but assume they had a really important thing to get to, or perhaps just a slumber party.
Their plans did not seem to have worked out too well, with only one successful escape by the panda in the top right pod. Unfortunately, the rest of the attempts consisted of a really determined top left cub getting stuck halfway through, and the other three not even making it to the top of their pods.