Chinese officials recently announced a transportation first for the country: a suspended railway.
The railway, which looks like an upside down monorail and is designed to resemble a panda, is being tested in Chengdu, in central China, according to the state-controlled Xinhua News.
The railway has top speeds of around 37 miles per hour, and was tested along a track that was about the size of a football field.
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China's first suspended railway has completed its test run without a hitch on Friday. The hanging train carriages were filmed in action in Chengdu as they zipped along the elevated monorail at 60kmph.