Collections with 70 cuttest pandas in the world that you must share with your friends (2022 edition)
Giant panda (bamboo bear) is a national treasure of China, in addition, it can be seen on the logo of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). Below you will find out where you can see a panda in China, how long pandas live and much more, panda pictures by Bemorepanda.
Giant pandas are similar to bears, but differ in their characteristic black and white coloration. Panda's paws, eyes and ears are covered with black fur; a black strip also runs around the shoulders of the animal.
Have you noticed what color a panda's tail is? The tail of the giant panda is white!
Giant pandas spend up to 14 hours a day eating. The fact is that the calorie content in bamboo is small, and the panda quickly begins to feel hungry again.
Having eaten, pandas go to bed for a period of 2 to 4 hours. When they wake up, they again go in search of food.
In addition to feeding and sleeping, giant pandas also climb trees. Yes, these huge clumsy bears can climb trees! Usually, pandas climb a tree to get away from danger, during the courtship period, and also to avoid stronger competitors.
Pandas eat the roots, shoots and leaves of bamboo. Bamboo makes up 99% of their daily diet. In addition to bamboo, they feed on some types of fruits.
3.Look at me
4.Let me show my tongue
Giant pandas in captivity are fed special bread made from rice and corn flour, soy powder and eggs. Wild pandas also eat grasses, insects, mice and even lambs found in the surrounding villages.
Giant pandas in China live in the west and southwest of the country. The city of Chengdu is, without exaggeration, the best place to get acquainted with these cute animals. Here you can visit the big panda and get acquainted with the habits of the animal, which has become one of the symbols of the Celestial Empire.
Giant pandas are dearly loved not only by the people of China, but also by many foreigners - children and adults. The best places in China to see pandas are located in the Chengdu area, which is called the "homeland of the giant panda". In addition, the panda can be seen in zoos in cities such as Beijing, Shanghai, Chongqing, Guilin and Hong Kong.
If you are curious to watch the panda in its natural habitat - come to Sichuan! More information on how to visit a giant panda is available on the China Panda Tours page.
Get even closer to see the panda by participating in a volunteer program at the China Center for the Conservation and Study of the Dujiangyan Giant Panda (CCRCGP) near Chengdu. Here you can take care and even feed the big panda.
6.Trying something new
As of 2014, there were only 1,864 giant pandas left in the wild. It is considered one of the rarest endangered species in the world, which is why the giant panda has adorned the logo of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) since the foundation of the organization in 1961.
Today, the only place suitable for the giant panda to live in its natural environment is in a remote mountainous region at an altitude of 1200 to 3100 meters above sea level. These are the foothills of Tibet in the provinces of Sichuan, Gansu and Shaanxi.
Pandas can only live in vast bamboo forests because bamboo is their main food.
In the city of Chengdu, Sichuan province, there are large panda bases (for example, Bifengxia Bifengxia Giant Panda Nursery), where both wild pandas and those that live in captivity are taken care of. The most famous of them is the Giant Panda Research Center, located 10 km from the center of Chengdu.
The habitats of the giant panda are gradually disappearing due to deforestation and the development of agricultural production. There have also been cases of poaching in history. The disappearance of the natural environment for the panda has led to the fact that the animals are under the threat of extinction.
On September 5, 2016, the giant panda was moved from the endangered species list to the Vulnerable category.
10.Let me show you how to eat
The giant panda's natural habitat is protected by the Chinese government. Agricultural land is moving back into forest areas. In the event of an earthquake, rescued pandas are nurtured in a nature reserve and then released back into the wild.
The giant panda is the only vegetarian bear in the world. As a rule, in order not to starve to death, he needs to eat about 12 and a half kilograms of bamboo per day, because only 17 percent of the food consumed is digested. No wonder they spend 14 hours a day eating.
The reason for this inefficiency is simple - the panda's digestive system is unable to process bamboo leaves and shoots. According to Chinese scientists, these animals switched to plant foods only twenty thousand years ago - quite recently by the standards of evolution. During this time, their digestive tract did not have time to change: it is arranged in much the same way as in omnivorous animals. Pandas do not have a multi-chambered stomach or an elongated small intestine where plants are processed. There are no special genes responsible for the production of enzymes necessary for the digestion of plant fibers.
To extract at least some nutrients from the shoots and leaves of bamboo, the bacteria that live in their intestines - streptococci, E. coli and shigella - help the bears.
Pandas extract many times less energy from food than, for example, cows or sheep, and they manage to survive on a plant-based diet only thanks to a special metabolism. As it turns out, pandas only need 1,100 calories a day. This is about 37 percent of the energy consumed by mammals of the same size and mass. Such an economy is not typical for any other animal species, except for sloths with their specific way of life.
Unlike sloths, pandas are quite active, although they move less and more slowly than other bears. In addition, their body temperature is lower than that of other mammals, but falls short of that characteristic of animals that have fallen into hibernation or anabiosis. The main secret to saving energy is a low metabolic rate, which has arisen due to a "breakdown" in the DUOX2 gene. It is involved in the synthesis of the thyroid hormones thyroxine and triiodothyronine. The levels of these substances in the body of pandas are even lower than those of a brown bear that has gone into hibernation.
Bamboo bears have the most energy-consuming organs—the brain, liver, and kidneys—are smaller than you might expect given their size. The mass of the brain is about 20 percent less than expected, and the weight of the kidneys and liver is 25 and 37 percent, respectively. All this allows giant pandas to survive on only bamboo leaves and shoots, even though the intestines are not able to digest them properly.
14.Mom and baby
27.Don’t take him
29.Let me take a nap
40.Hide and seek
42.Food with friends
45.Friends be like
46.Two little brothers
47.Let me escape
50.Kisses for mom
51.Sport be like
52.Thinking about food
55.Two perfect colors
59.Let me sleep here
63.Wanna take a pic?
65.Perfect time for food
70.Baby panda hello
50 funny pictures of cats sleeping in weird positions
Cats usually sleep between 13 and 16 hours a day. What is the reason they need so much rest? Expert Abigail Tucker, author of "The Lion in the Living Room" has an extremely interesting explanation.
According to the expert, although the time dedicated to sleep differs from one cat to another, depending on age and personality, cats usually sleep between 13 and 16 hours a day. Only bats and opossums sleep more, almost 20 hours a day.
"Everything has to do with the instinct of a predator. If, for example, herbivores graze for hours until they fill their stomachs with enough food, in the case of cats, hunting gives them a very short time to attack and devour their victim. This behavior has also been passed on to domestic cats, so they can spend most of the day sleeping, like lions, ”explained Abigail Tucker.
Another characteristic of cats is that they are twilight animals, being more active at sunset and at dawn. During the day, they rest and at night they become active.
"On the other hand, many cats, especially apartment cats, sleep rather out of boredom, having nothing to stimulate them, such as those raised in the yard," she added.
Studies show that cats sleep has two phases: REM (Rapid eye movement) - characterized by rapid eye movement, when dreams occur, and non-REM sleep (NREM) or deep sleep.
During NREM sleep, the cat's body recovers. Bones grow, muscles develop. The immune system strengthens. 60% of a cat's sleep is REM sleep, three times less than in humans.
According to the expert, when sleeping, the cat must have its own bed. "Cats need their space, where they can sleep better. If you make a special cage for him, even a box, the cat will be much happier than if you keep him in bed ", the expert added.
8.It dreams of sunbathing
9.Human legs are perfect for sleep
10.About what is this cat dreaming?
11.After a good meal
12.Trying to fall asleep
13.Thinking about treaties
15.So tiered after a work day
16.Trying to sleep like humans
17.Falling asleep at work
18.Owner warmth is perfect
20.Reading books is interesting
Pictures of Ukrainian cities before and after the Russian bombing in 2022
Russian missiles continue to devastate towns and villages in several parts of Ukraine. The following pictures show some of the localities that were destroyed by the Russian army and what they looked like before the start of the war. The Ukrainian dignitary presented the serious situation in which Ukraine finds itself, with the loss of human lives recorded so far: 18 airports are destroyed, 199 buildings destroyed, 10 cities that need to be evacuated urgently with over 150,000 people. These cities have faced attacks in the residential area and no longer have access to necessities. They need to be evacuated as a matter of urgency and have called for support.
Pictures of Ukrainian cities before and after the Russian bombing
The Kyiv TV Tower is a metal lattice structure 385 meters high, the highest in Ukraine.
The Kyiv TV tower hit by a Russian missile is located on the territory of Babi Yar. On September 29-30, 1941, the Nazis killed more than 33,000 Jews here. 80 years later, the Russians hit the same land to destroy the Ukrainians. You can see videos and photos posted by soldiers and civilians that captured moments of horror in our article.
Kyiv TV tower
Kharkiv, the largest city in Ukraine after Kyiv, is still the target of the Russian bombing, and the city center has suffered massive destruction.
Kharkiv regional administration building - before and after the bombing.
Ukrainian officials say residential areas in the city were ruthlessly hit on Wednesday night, and UN prosecutors say they have opened an investigation to determine whether Russia's bombings were war crimes. You can read more about Russian war crimes in Ukraine here.
Karazin University School of Economics in Kharkiv - before and after the bombing.
Three schools have so far been bombed in Ukraine. In Mariupol, the rockets hit a supermarket while people were shopping. In Kharkiv, shells hit a park full of people who interrupted their walks to shelter from the explosions.
Buildings in Constitution Square, Kharkiv - before and after the bombing.
These are just some of the attacks that Kharkiv residents have had to endure in recent days. In addition to blocks of flats and houses, Russian bombings have hit schools, shops, hospitals, and churches.
Freedom Square, Kharkiv - before and after the bombing.
The city of Kherson, in southern Ukraine, considered the first major city that Russia managed to occupy, was recently conquered by Russian forces, who began to impose their own strict rules on the remaining civilians in the city.
Kherson city center, southern Ukraine - before and after the occupation.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has accused Russia of being a "terrorist state" as more and more bombs fall on Kyiv's population.
Residential building in Kyiv - before and after the rocket attack.
Satellite images captured war scenes in northern Ukraine, near the border with Belarus. The images show craters, smoke, and houses destroyed by Russian army rocket attacks.
Rivnopilia, Chernivov - before and after the bombing.
The city of Irpen is located 20 km northwest of Kyiv. Last week, the regional center was on the front line. Artillery and airstrikes caused damage to the entire area, and the housing complex, which is in the photo, was destroyed.
Residential block in Irpen
Chernihiv is located 120 km northeast of Kyiv. In recent days, the city has also been shelled by the Russian military. On March 3, 30 people were killed in an attack on residential areas of the city, officials said.
Rocket strike on a residential area in Chernihiv
Vladimir Putin said in a press release on Thursday evening that Russia's military operation in Ukraine is going according to plan, and that Russian soldiers are acting like "true heroes". At the same time, the Kremlin leader accused the Ukrainian "neo-Nazis" of using the population as human shields in the face of Russia's offensive.
Russia plans to use various methods to control and reduce morale in Ukraine to discourage possible retaliation and resistance if they conquer large cities, says a European official.
The Russians' strategies include brutal repression of protests, imprisonment of opponents, and public executions, the official said, on condition of anonymity.
Russia has launched "over 480" missiles at Ukraine since the beginning of the invasion, a senior US defense official said on Thursday, according to CNN.
"Over 230" of the 480 "come from inside Ukraine," the official said. "They have mobile systems, they move them in," he added.
"About 160 missiles were launched from Russia" and about 70 from Belarus, and a very small number - less than 10 - from the Black Sea, the official added.
Meme therapy: Russia and the first coronavirus vaccine - top 30 funny pictures
Russia is the first country in the world to register a Covid-19 vaccine, President Vladimir Putin announced on Tuesday, although the vaccine has not been mass-tested on humans and there is little public information about its effectiveness.
On Tuesday's government meeting, however, Putin said the vaccine had been shown to be effective in initial tests and provided long-term immunity.
International and Russian experts reacted with skepticism to the decision of the Moscow authorities to approve the use of a vaccine without it having passed the so-called third phase of testing, consisting of tests on thousands of people. Moreover, the fact that the vaccine was registered in Russia does not mean that it is internationally approved.
After this news, the internet exploded with funny memes about the first Russian coronavirus vaccine.
1.People who invented vaccine vs Putin who announced
2.Putin coming to save the world
3.The first look of Russian coronavirus vaccine
4.Vaccine is almost ready
5.Successful vaccine trials in Russia
6.Russia vs Coronavirus battle
7.Putin gave the vaccine to his daughter
8.Russia mixing vodka, rum, tequila, whiskey and wine to make the coronavirus vaccine
9.Sanitizer companies right now
10.Students waiting for Putin after Russia developes Coronavirus Vaccine
11.Putin right now
12.Students right now
13.Putin is feeling cool
14.Situation now with coronavirus vaccine
15.Who did this? Trump vs Putin
16.Inside the Russian coronavirus vaccine
17.Masks and sanitizers manufactures right now
18.Russia after a few days
19.Now the game between countries starts
20.Every student right now
21.Putin vs Trump
22.Russia announces worl's first Covid-19 vaccine
23.Students who thoughted hey were done with the exams
24.After a big breakthrough,Vodka is the best
25.Covid vaccine will be the second most appreciated invention by Russia, after vodka of course
26.Russian Vaccine is a shot of vodka
27.Russian Vaccine song
28.Russia corona vaccine creats a lot of side effects
29.When you find out about Russian vaccine
30.Putin is a real gangster
Pomeranian puppies are the most cute dogs ever - 50 pictures to proove that
Let's get fluffy with Bemorepanda! Pomeranians are small, cute dogs, but they carry a personality of a big dog. They are very curious dogs, always in action and interested in everything that happens around them. Often, their favorite place in the house is the window from where they can observe everything that happens in their neighborhood.
They will often bark, even just to announce that someone is passing in front of the house. They love being the center of attention, knowing about these dogs that they can become very petty about the attention they need.
These dogs are perfect for the elderly, retirees, who can dedicate all their time and energy to take care of this dog. They can live happily in homes of any size. They are small enough to live in an apartment and active enough to enjoy a large house.
They need to be walked every day to get rid of excess energy and keep their temperament balanced. They like to run, so they will also need a space where they can do this. Because they are intelligent dogs, they need to keep their minds occupied. For this reason it is recommended to participate in agility training courses.
These dogs are not recommended for families with small children. They are very possessive with their food and can jump to bite a baby who does not understand that he has to respect certain limits. They need a lot of attention and can also show feelings of jealousy against the children occupying the room.
It is not advisable to carry it in your purse or bag all the time. It is very important for the Pomeranian dog to be independent. You'd better let him go on a leash than be carried in his purse. Early socialization will shape this dog's good manners towards the people and animals he meets. There are dogs that bark at anything and it is very difficult to be trained to give up this habit.