Panda Pees On Sleeping Pal's Face (VIDEO)
Of all the ways to wake up, being peed on by your panda buddy is definitely not something you'd expect. Or want ... especially if it's on the face.
Unfortunately, that's exactly what happened to this panda, in a YouTube video uploaded by user dongliwen, while the animal was taking a leisurely nap. Oh, Mondays.
To make matters worse, after committing the tomfoolery, the panda villain not only appears unapologetic, but immediately runs to his buddies to (undoubtedly) brag about his prank.
The victim's angry glare (as we interpret it) in response suggests it will take a while for him to get past the humiliation. Time heals all wounds, buddy, even the sting of panda urine in your eyes.
Don't worry though, animals aren't always pulling mean pranks on each other. Last month, we watched Buffy the adorable black lab fetch his buddy Benson when it was time to go back into their house, since Buffy is hearing impaired.
Then two black bears tried to help each other stay level on a hammock ... but it didn't turn out so well.
Perhaps some day these pandas will even reconcile to be friends again. Just remember, Peeing Panda -- revenge is sweet.
Giant pandas are one of the word's most threatened animals, due in large part to habitat loss and poaching. According to a 2008 assessment by the International Union for Conservation of Nature, one in four mammals worldwide are at risk for extinction.
Check out the slideshow below of other threatened animals:
Three cheetah cubs, born in November 2004, lean against their mother during a preview showing at the National Zoo in February 2005 in Washington D.C. Today there are just 12,400 cheetahs remaining in the wild, with the biggest population, totaling 2,500 living in Namibia.
Baby Black Rhino
A baby Black Rhinoceros stands in front of its mother in an enclosure at Tokyo's Ueno Zoo in June 2009. The Black Rhinoceros is a critically endangered species, according to the International Rhino Foundation there are less than 5,000 surviving in the world.
An orangutan infant at Ragunan Zoo in Jakarta, Indonesia, on February 15, 2007. Orangutans are threatened by deforestation and hunting. Click here for more orangutan photos.
A baby joey koala at Sydney's Wildlife World. Though koalas are Australia's most iconic and adored marsupials, they are under threat due to a shortage of suitable habitat from mass land clearance.
Gorilla Mother And Son
A 15-year-old female mountain gorilla holds her five month old son at the Kahuzi Biega Nature Park in Democratic Republic of Congo in May 2004. Only 700 mountain gorillas are left in the world, and over half live in central Africa.
A group of African penguins gather near a pond at a conservation site in Cape Town, South Africa. Birdlife International say the African penguin is edging closer to extinction.
Endangered Tiger Cubs
A Trio of 45 day-old Bengal white tiger cubs were born in December 2007 At the Buenos Aires Zoo. With only 240 white tigers living in the world, their birth gave a boost to the animals' endangered population.
South Korea's Black Bears
A pair of black bears sit at a zoo in Kwachon, South Korea in November 2001. Black bears have been on the endangered species list since 2007.
A newly born Madagascar Lemur, an endangered species, at Besancon Zoo in France. There are only 17 living in captivity worldwide.
Two-month-old twin Red Panda cubs make their debut at Taronga Zoo in March 2007 in Sydney, Australia. The cubs were born out of an international breeding program for endangered species.
China's panda is one of the world's most beloved but endangered animals. Lin Hui, a female Panda- on a ten-year loan from China - eats bamboo at Chiang Mai Zoo in Thailand in Sept 2005. Captive pandas are notoriously poor breeders.
South East Asian Monkey
The Sydney's Taronga Zoo is home for this bright orange male infant monkey. This South East Asian monkey is highly endangered.
A grey-bellied Night Monkey born in captivity climbs onto his mother's arms at the Santa Fe Zoo, in Medellin, Colombia. The Night Monkey is an endangered species.
A six-month-old male Sumatran tiger cub rests under his mother careful watch at the National Zoo in Washington in October 2004. Sumatran tigers are endangered; fewer than 500 are believed to exist in the wild and 210 animals live in zoos around the world.
A baby elephant is pictured at the Singapore Zoo on Friday, Dec. 10, 2010. Many elephants are threatened by habitat loss and listed as endangered on the IUCN Red List.
A sow polar bear rests with her cubs on the pack ice in the Beaufort Sea in Alaska. In 2008, the U.S. government described polar bears as threatened under the Endangered Species Act. Due to dangerous declines in ice habit, polar bears are at risk of becoming endangered.