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   Undertoad  Friday May 25 08:05 AM

May 25, 2007: Growing panda cub



Skysidhe sends along this page from the WWF of a panda cub evolution. It's irresistible! I've chosen 5 out of their 18 shots that go from newborn to three months.










LabRat  Friday May 25 08:56 AM

Yeeesssssss.

THIS is what Fridays are all about, baby. That last one broke my cuteometer.



manu  Friday May 25 09:07 AM

cute indeed, but it seems that it also has nasty claws



Kitsune  Friday May 25 09:51 AM

Cute. ...until it scares the hell out of mom.




monster  Friday May 25 10:26 AM



I don't do cute, but aaaaaaw.

First one to post a recipe is in trouble. Unless it's for bamboo shoot puree for the ickle panda.



Spexxvet  Friday May 25 10:38 AM

So cute! What's the age of consent for pandas?



Shawnee123  Friday May 25 10:42 AM

18, of course. In Panda years. You do the math.

Cutest. thing. ever.



LabRat  Friday May 25 10:50 AM

OMG Kitsune, I watched that 3 times in a row, and laughed harder each time!! Thanks!



lizzymahoney  Friday May 25 12:14 PM

What a lovely baby! Good thing she only has one baby at a time. Else how would she tell them apart. (yeah, smell, I know...)

I imagine the claws come in handy for eating all that bamboo.



Trilby  Friday May 25 12:27 PM

Colbert says they're Godless Killing Machines. In this case, a Cute Godless Killing Machine.



HungLikeJesus  Friday May 25 01:11 PM

I liked this comment on the WWF site:

Quote:
Sironimus Pratt wrote @ May 18th, 2007 at 4:48 pm We must protect these beautiful creatures for future generations. They are too valuable.
In all my travels I have never seen an animal so useful to the human race. In 1983 I traveled in to Xianxiang, China as part of a class on industrial development in China. I loved it so much that I petitioned for a work Visa, so that I could roam the countryside performing odd jobs and meeting the locals. My greatest joys came when I was connected with a Northern China man that guarded the habitat of the Panda from environmentally unconscious poachers. After a 7 month internship the man revealed that the brutal and senseless sport killings had dropped dramatically in previous years, and that the organization actually had more cub projects than it could afford to take care of. I propositioned that perhaps if I would donate a sum equivalent to about $2300 US dollars, I would be allowed to take a Panda for myself. I was overwhelmed. I would be the first white man allowed to hunt the great Panda in over 6 years. I set to my task and eventually found a gargantuan girl lallygagging about in a tree. I had carried along my 30-06 purchased for $30 in Zhengzhou that I had previously trued. Don’t worry I have top notch workmanship skills and killed the beast in a very humane fashion. She was dead before she hit the ground. I perfect heart shot. To my dismay I realized she had a cub. After returning with the good news of the hunt and the bad news of the cub, I donated the scrapper to Mr. Cho’s care center. I had to honor his mother so I gutted her and shared the meat with a nearby village. The flavor was the most exquisite meat I’d ever tasted. It melted on the pallet like fine sushi or Kobe beef might. The locals all took pieces of the bones as in China this is considered good luck. In order to thank me for the gift I’d bestowed on their land an elderly woman fashioned the skin in to tunic of sorts. I still have this today although I must confess I don’t really wear it as the head is intact and looks like a rather barbaric warrior costume not to mention its weight. Occasionally I I will don it at a dinner function, and a good time is had by most. We must be environmentally conscious if we are to preserve this magnificent beast. We must offset what we kill, and use the entire carcass if this animal is to survive.
Fortunately the modern hunter is also the greatest environmentalist. Things are looking up or my friend THE PANDA BEAR.



Shawnee123  Friday May 25 01:22 PM

I don't know, it's like god said to himself (on whatever day he was making critters) "self, what can I do to make the most cute animal ever. What characteristics should it have? Cute face? Check. Plump, fuzzy body? Check. Eyeliner? Check. I think I will call it "panda."



Trilby  Friday May 25 02:10 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Shawnee123 View Post
Cute face? Check. Plump, fuzzy body? Check. Eyeliner? Check. I think I will call it "panda."
Yeah, but that also sounds like me on a good day.




Sundae  Friday May 25 06:13 PM

HLJ that really made me laugh. Even better, one of the posters referred to pandas not being imbread [sic]. Now that really made me laugh



xoxoxoBruce  Friday May 25 06:16 PM

I'll bet you taste as good, too.



Sundae  Friday May 25 06:17 PM

I'm loving the timing of that reply



HungLikeJesus  Friday May 25 06:27 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Sundae Girl View Post
HLJ that really made me laugh. Even better, one of the posters referred to pandas not being imbread [sic]. Now that really made me laugh
The image of the tunic with the head attached made me think of the Xmas scene in Better Off Dead.


Yznhymr  Saturday May 26 01:45 AM

The Memphis Zoo has two adult Pandas, Ya Ya (girl) and Le Le (boy). Three days ago it was announced Ya Ya will give birth in about two weeks. How exciting! The website here has a web cam and other info.



Aliantha  Saturday May 26 03:58 AM

That video just about makes me pee my pants.



Scriveyn  Saturday May 26 04:07 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Brianna View Post
Yeah, but that also sounds like me on a good day.
Any pics up for next Friday then?

Quote:
Originally Posted by Sundae Girl View Post
HLJ that really made me laugh. Even better, one of the posters referred to pandas not being imbread [sic]. Now that really made me laugh
... and they aren't imbibed either


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