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... condition in the wild as the Giant Panda it's numbers have also dwindled to very low levels.
About a third the size of a Giant Panda the Red Panda is slightly more active and said to be more aggressive. If anything they seem more curious and playful then the Giant Panda. As their diet is substantially more varied they seem to have more energy then the Giant Panda's. They are always ready for their close up!
... no energy, and did not seem to want to be shooting me, Jeremy's make-up artist needed some help, while his photographer seemed much more energetic and engaging. All in all, it was a great experience. We go back in two days to pick our 25 pictures each, and decide which pictures will become our finished product.
It has been an extremely long day.
Off to bed!
C & ...
... to buy anything was ridiculous. We tried some steamed cakes though and they were really tasty.
Across the road from here was the Tibetan Quarter. We were really looking forwards to this but again, we were disappointed. It was a really rough area with shops full of gawdy buddha statues so we left quickly as we wouldn't have dared get money out anyway!
... are very picky about choosing a suitable mate to breed with. Without getting to x rated the male pandas" willy” is also quite small in relation to the size of the females "bits and bobs” so the chance of fertilization is small. Most species natural lifespan on earth is 5 million years (Rob is a skeptic and doesn´t believe scientists have a based for such a ...
... with spicy ingredients in which you can boil vegetables, fish and meat quickly. Then put them though a bowl of oil, with garlic, coriander, vinegar and sugar. We sat outside and were again nodded at and occasionally applauded by all Chinese passers by. We were helped by a girl who was in her last year of high school in the international department and who spoke more
English than most of the other Chinese we met.