UNDATED (CNN) -- Workers go to great lengths to prepare a panda for the wild, a robot exhibition is wowing crowds, and hot air balloons brighten the sky over Albuquerque. The video that will have you talking is coming up now in Take a Look at This!
Take a look at this! In China, panda trainers have to dress the part. These costumed workers are catching a four-year-old panda that's been living in a nature reserve, learning how to survive on his own. The animal's going to get his final physical exam before he's released into the wild.
The workers dress like pandas and even smear panda urine and feces on their clothing to mask their human scent.
The future is on display at china's first giant robot exhibition. More than 40 types of robots are wowing crowds.
They can speak with visitors, dance, and are even up for a game of table tennis. The event lasts a week, and is sponsored by local government.
More than 600 balloons filled the sky over Albuquerque, New Mexico Sunday.
The mass ascension at the city's international balloon fiesta had been postponed a day because of high winds on Saturday.
Calm weather Sunday kept the balloons from straying too far, creating a site that dazzled onlookers. One onlooker says, "You don't know where to go you don't know what to see, you're looking around in 10 different directions at the same time. This is the ultimate."