Panda Insemination

This is what a panda looks like after having been inseminated. Seems she’s shagged out.

panda insemination

Source: SH

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7 Responses to “Panda Insemination”

  1. China Law Blog
    March 26th, 2006 11:48
    1

    I too am sick of those meetings and the quotes. Every day some new leader from some country somewhere comes to China and pays homage to the growth that is happening here and both sides pledge to increase their mutual cooperation going forward. Do these things mean anything at all, or are they just junkets?

  2. Man Bites Panda Bites Back | Shanghai China Snippets
    September 21st, 2006 03:40
    2

    Source: AP Picture dates back to an article about panda insemination. …

  3. Pandas Are a Disease? | Shanghai China Snippets
    January 26th, 2007 02:16
    3

    Doing a search showed me that there is a connection between Pandas and diseases, at least according to Google. …

  4. Melodee
    June 3rd, 2008 17:10
    4

    YOU PEOPLE SUCK!! WHO WOULD HARM A POOR PANDA!! IT IS SO CRULE!! THAT PICTURE IS DEVISTATING!!

  5. Othello NYC
    July 11th, 2008 14:08
    5

    They’re not harming the panda, they’re trying to get it PREGNANT.

  6. Anna
    December 21st, 2008 10:04
    6

    They are such beautiful creatures, it’s a shame that there’s so few of them.

  7. Sunny
    March 3rd, 2009 05:31
    7

    It’s really hard for pandas to conceive, and the survival rate of baby pandas is extremely low. Pandas are also picky on food (only eat certain parts of the bamboo). So to preserve the species, you have to do insemination (making it pregnant). It’s sad but that’s the reality for many endangered species.

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