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
The emergence of the pandemic has led to a change in the human behavior of the lifestyle and the reality in which we live. Almost all people were focused on professional activity on professional, social, family success. With the onset of the pandemic, we all had to adapt to the newly created situation, the newly emerged rules / laws to survive the COVID -19 virus.
Specialists in social psychology have published preliminary conclusions on the change in human behavior during the pandemic. However, for the conclusions that some measures will be possible, the studies must be carried out on a larger time scale. Speaking of COVID-19, first of all we have the feeling of uncertainty, a state that comes with many other feelings such as: isolation, anxiety, sadness, etc.
Everyone around us is feeling lost right now. There are feelings, states, difficult emotions that we can experience during the pandemic, sadness, disappointment, anger, guilt, frustration or loneliness, which are normal responses during this period, to abnormal conditions. We grieve and experience pain and loss. It is important that we take a compassionate approach to ourselves and those around us. At the level of primary reaction, our mind knows that something bad is happening, but it cannot be identified, it is practically impossible to make a representation. This shatters our sense of security, which is lost. We do not realize if this, the loss of security, is experienced by all people or only happens to us.
There is something powerful that made us pay attention to this pain, something that helps us feel what is inside us. Almost all of us had forgotten the importance of feelings. Emotions need movement, life. It is important to recognize what we are going through. We don't think you want to be an emotionless man, a man for whom this pandemic doesn't exist, we think that would have been the saddest thing. If we allow the feelings to happen, they will happen in an orderly way and give us POWER, so we will not be victims. Don't let suffering take over, live your emotions and go on with your life!
Stay positive, but be Covid-19 negative! With love, Bemorepanda!
1.Stay positive, but be negative
2.Something positive will happen to you
Quarantine is defined as: Separating individuals who may have been exposed to an infectious disease from the rest of the population to determine if they are ill and thus reducing the risk of infecting others. During the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19), quarantine has been used as a health strategy to reduce the transmission of the disease. Quarantine efforts ranged from mass quarantine of large cities to isolation in state-run facilities to self-isolation at home.
While quarantine generally serves the public good, it is also associated with psychological challenges for quarantined people and caregivers, who care for a large number of patients. Most of the administrative, professional, political decisions of the quarantine period are the responsibility of the management in the public health system. These decisions relate in particular to some of the relevant factors for senior public health officials, such as local, state, and health authorities, as they consider their roles in the range of quarantine-related psychological effects.
Quarantine stressors and their psychological consequences can expose individuals to stressors both during and after the quarantine period, with acute and long-term psychological consequences. The effects of quarantine may include symptoms of post-traumatic stress, anxiety and depression and responses such as fear, anger / irritability, insomnia, fatigue, detachment and avoidance behaviors, impaired concentration and decreased work performance.
4.Stay positive Mr. President
5.I stay positive
7.Positive during Covid
Practice kindness to yourself! Treat yourself like you would treat a friend! Kindness and compassion for you is never selfish; in fact, it will help you maintain strength and endurance, ultimately allowing you to be a more effective support for others. Recognize the universality of the pandemic phenomenon, we are all together. Many people around the world have the same types of experiences, thoughts and feelings as you.
Anticipatory pain is the mind that goes to the future and imagines the worst. To calm down, you have to live in the present. This would be familiar advice to those who have received psychotherapy, who have followed a meditation or mindfulness program, but people are always surprised at how prosaic this can be. Not everyone understands meditation and its qualities. For example, an exercise is to be mindful of everything you do when you stay home. For example, pay attention to the activity you do with all the senses (sight, hearing, smell, taste, touch) - wash the plate and pay attention to the sensation that water transmits, the noise and heat of the water, its velvety structure, then look at the food scraps on the plate being diluted in hot water with soap bubbles, smell the dishwashing detergent in the nostrils, smell of lilac, see its consistency on the sponge with which I wash the dish, hear the ripple of water in a certain rhythm, and so on Following this example, we can be mindful when we eat, drink, walk, bathe, look around, and so on.
Another exercise in which you can distract yourself from painful worries is to name five things in the living room: a computer on the left, a chair, a picture of the dog, an old pen on the desk, and a cup of coffee. It's very simple, breathe and change the mental image with a suitable one.
Practically realize that at the moment, nothing you anticipated has happened. Right now, you're fine. You are practically on a vacation, taken earlier, at home. You have food, you are not sick, you enjoy for the first time your free time in which you can do simple things that you did as a child.
8.Optimism be like
9.World is ending
10.Dark open light
11.Must stay positive
Use your senses and think about how you feel, enjoy this state. The desk is made of heavy mahogany wood, you like its shapes, and this gives you a state of resistance. The blanket is soft, fluffy, it warms your soul only when you look at it. You can already feel the breath coming into your nose, a breath of calm and relaxation. These little daily exercises will help you function in a healthy way and relieve some of that anticipatory pain.
At the same time, this anticipatory pain makes you think that this is the only way you are able to let go of what you cannot control. But practically the opposite is true: all these anticipatory thoughts are in fact a "morganic face" of reality. Of course, even if you have these thoughts, it does not mean that you can control them: “What your neighbor is doing is out of your control, it is up to you to stand six meters away from him and wash your hands. ” Focus on what you can do!
Finally, it is a good time to provide yourself with gratitude, love, and compassion. Everyone will have different emotional levels: fear, pain, sadness, emotions that manifest in different ways. A friend tells you that he is very upset that you didn't call him more often, another complains that he doesn't like this condition, others have bizarre ideas, but in the end, that's how they deal with this state of staying at home. . They are afraid and anxious. So, be patient, think about what that person is usually like and not who he seems to be right now.
"This is only a temporary condition," we have to say from time to time. The precautions we take are the right ones, history tells us that and surely the law enforcement officers know what they are saying and do what is good for us. In this way you are a survivor, we will all survive well!
13.Mondays be like
14.Even on hard days
15.I can’t take it
16.When you stay at work
19.I like meetings
20.We shall not pass
21.Positive toward negative
22.A bad month
24.Today is the day
25.Can do anything
28.Decision to try
29.You need motivation?
32.A rough day
34.Don’t give up
35.A bad day
36.Waiting 14 years
38.I hate it
40.Failing final exam
42.No pain no gain
45.Life is trash
47.Why trying so hard
49.Must stay positive
50.Stress and anxiety
54.I’m being positive
60.Life is stressing
62.Mark on the world
66.What a beautiful day
68.This snowy smile
69.Going to sleep
Lemon and currant tart is a perfect decision for any event. It is easy to prepare and does not require much effort. This tart has a surprising aroma and will surely delight the family and the guests of the house. Bemorepanda has made things even easier, so you can see the tutorial here.
Lemon and currant tart is an easy dessert to change to everyone's liking. You can actually replace currant with any other fruit such as strawberry, or you can omit currant and finally get a delicious lemon tart. This recipe is suitable for any season, as you can use frozen fruit.
In summer, this tart will have an even stronger scent if you use fruit from your personal garden. But even in winter on the eve of the holidays, currants and lemons fit perfectly on the holiday table. Being an easy recipe to prepare, it will surely be to everyone's liking.
Lemon and currant tarts is the favorite dessert of many.
This recipe is of French origin and combines excellently with a slightly crumbly crust and buttery aroma, with a sweet-sour and extremely aromatic lemon cream together with a bit of a more sour currant. Lemon peel was used for this lemon tart, so the aroma is extraordinary. Quite a lot of lemon juice was also used, but the sourness was balanced, it depends a lot on how sour the lemon you use is.
The tart crust is easy to prepare. All you have to do is keep the butter, water and yolk very cold and keep in mind that this dough does not stretch too much, but only enough to be formed into the tray.
The secret of this tart is in the baking of the cream. Cream for tart with lemon and currant should not be allowed to boil too much. It just needs to bind and mix lightly and softly in the middle. Rather, the consistency should be similar to that of the ice-cream.
If it boils a lot, it will grow, and after baking it will crack. Check it by gently moving the tray to make sure it is not liquid. Before consuming the lemon and currant tart, let it reach room temperature, then put it in the fridge for at least 3 hours. On top you can add meringue or even a little whipped cream. However, keep in mind that for meringue you need to use sugar syrup to pasteurize the egg whites.
- Flour 250 g
- Powdered sugar 100 g
- Butter 210 g
- Sour cream 2 tbsp
- Vanilla essence 2 tsp
- 4 lemons
- Sugar 300 g
- Corn starch 80 g
- 4 eggs
- Frozen currant 100 g
METHOD OF PREPARATION
1. Put flour, powdered sugar, butter in a food processor bowl and mix.
2. Add the cream, vanilla essence and mix a little more. Knead, powder the work table, roll out the dough, arrange in the pan and cut off the excess dough. Refrigerate for 30 minutes.
3. Squeeze the lemon juice, pour into the saucepan, add hot water, sugar, cornstarch, vanilla essence and cook over medium heat for 5 minutes.
4. Divide the egg whites into yolks.
5. Gradually incorporate the egg yolks into the lemon cream.
6. Grate the lemon zest, add the butter, mix, transfer the cream to a bowl, cover with cling film and refrigerate until completely cool.
7. Prick the dough with a fork and place the tray at 190 ° C for 20 minutes.
8. Remove the dough and let it cool.
9. Put a pinch of salt over the egg whites and mix, gradually add sugar over 2 minutes and mix until a thick, fluffy meringue comes out.
10. Place the currant at the base of the tart, cover with lemon cream, decorate with meringue and brown with a burner.
The vast majority of people associate Latin with doctors' prescriptions, because, as we know, they are written in Latin. But at the same time, there are many well-known phrases in Latin, which, no, no, and you will meet in someone's speech.
People who can speak this ancient language are perceived by others as educated. But sometimes it’s not at all necessary to learn it “from and to”, it’s enough to remember a few common phrases and, if necessary, flaunt them in a conversation - and then you will certainly look smarter in the eyes of other people. Moreover, you already know something: for example, alma mater, persona non grata, etc.
Learn to speak Latin
Bemorepanda has collected 35 Latin expressions (and their meanings) that can be used in conversation. The main thing is that they are "on topic".
1. "Mulgere hircum" - "Milk a goat"
This Latin phrase means trying to do something impossible. Which makes sense, given that it's impossible to milk a goat.
2. "Festina lente" - "Hurry slowly"
In fact, this expression calls to act quickly, but prudently, carefully. Augustus, the Roman emperor, often chastised his generals, advising them to "make haste slowly" because he thought that haste was dangerous.
3. "Persona non grata" - "Persona non grata" ("Unwanted person")
Refers to a person who is not welcome or is not wanted to go anywhere due to their behavior or other reasons. For example: "He became persona non grata in our company after his indecent behavior."
4. "Alma mater" - "Caring mother"
This refers to the educational institution that a person once attended: school, college, university.
5. "Veni, vidi, vici" - "I came, I saw, I conquered"
Julius Caesar is believed to have used the phrase in a letter he wrote to the Roman Senate in 47 BC to inform them of his victory over the Pontic king Pharnaces II near Zela.
6. "Acta, non verba" - "Deeds, not words"
In other words, "More action - less words." That is, always back up your words with deeds or act in accordance with what you say.
7. "Ad meliora" - "For the better"
8. "Mortuum flagellas" - "Smack the dead"
This Latin phrase means a useless action towards someone who will not be affected in any way.
9. "Amicus certus in re incerta cernitur" - "Friends are known in the hour of need"
We have it sounds like "A friend in need is known."
10. "Malo mori quam foedari" - "Better death than dishonor"
11. "De gustibus non est disputandum" - "Tastes do not argue"
Tastes are evaluated more subjectively than objectively - everyone has their own.
12. "Lupus in fabula" - "Wolf in a fairy tale"
With the meaning "Speak about the wolf and he will come" (from Terence's play "Adelfoy").
13. "Alea iacta est" - "The die is cast"
This is another phrase Julius Caesar uttered when he entered Italy and started a protracted civil war against Pompey and the optimates. The meaning of the phrase is "There is no going back."
14. "Carpe diem" - "Seize the moment"
Another Latin phrase that is often used these days. The saying aims to motivate people to focus on the present, not the future, and make the most of it.
15. "Aut Caesar aut nihil" - "Either Caesar, or nothing"
It is pretty much the Latin equivalent of "All or Nothing". The notorious Italian Cardinal Cesare Borgia lived according to this principle. Now this phrase can be used to denote an adamant desire to succeed.
16. "Ad astra per aspera" - "Through adversity to the stars"
For us, the sound is more familiar: “Through thorns to the stars,” but the essence of this does not change.
17. "Pecunia non olet" - "Money does not smell"
It is believed that the history of the origin of this expression is as follows. When the Roman emperor Vespasian introduced a tax on public toilets, his son Titus complained about the "disgusting" nature of the money. Vespasian held up a gold coin and asked if it smelled, and he himself answered: non olet ("it does not smell"). From here, the phrase was expanded to pecunia non olet - "Money does not smell."
18. "Mea culpa" - "My fault"
This Latin phrase is used to admit one's fault or mistake.
19. "De facto" - "Actually"
De facto describes a real situation, though not necessarily intentional or legal. For example: Whatever is on the calendar, Florida is de facto summer. Or: De facto, it is he who is the leader at the moment.
20. "Et cetera" - "And so on"
Perhaps every student's favorite expression when they simply can't name more examples.
21. "Nitimur in vetitum" - "We strive for the forbidden"
Means that when we are denied something, we will want it even more. Think of Eve, who ate the forbidden fruit. No wonder they say: "Forbidden fruit is sweet."
22. "In vino veritas" - "Truth is in wine"
This Latin proverb implies that a person under the influence of alcohol is more inclined to express his hidden desires and thoughts.
The same as "What is on the sober mind, the drunk on the tongue."
23. "Quid pro quo" - "Something for something"
In other words, quid pro quo. Basically, this Latin phrase means favor in exchange for something.
24. "Status quo" - "The current state (of affairs)"
Applies to the current situation. For example: "The maintenance of such a status quo only weakened our already fragile positions."
25. "Audentes fortuna iuvat" - "Fortune favors the brave"
Apparently, these were the last words of Pliny the Elder before he sailed from the docks of Pompeii in 79 to save his friend Pomponianus from the eruption of Vesuvius.
In the same sense as "Who does not risk, he does not drink champagne" or "The courage of the city takes."
26. "Amor vincit omnia" - "Love conquers all"
This Latin saying originally appeared in Virgil's Eclogues (X, 69) in the 1st century BC. The phrase means unshakable love that will endure any trials and overcome all obstacles that stand in the way. Therefore, they often say: "There are no barriers to love."
27. "Surdo oppedere" - "Burp in front of the deaf"
Simply put, according to Desiderius Erasmus' Adagia (1508), surdo oppedere means a useless action.
Well, or in our manner: “Throw pearls in front of pigs”, that is, it’s pointless to prove or explain something to someone, because he still won’t understand or appreciate it.
28. "Cui bono?" "Good for who?"
This term implies that one should look for the culprit in the person to whom the unpleasant event will benefit / benefit.
29. "Timeo Danaos et dona ferentes" - "Fear the Danaans who bring gifts"
This expression from the Aeneid, the Latin epic poem by Virgil, was uttered by the Trojan priest Laocoön when he warned his fellow Trojans about accepting the Trojan horse from the Greeks.
An alternative translation could be: "Do not trust your enemies who bring you gifts", as this may be to your detriment.
30. “Homo sum humani a me nihil linearum puto” - “I am a man, therefore nothing human is alien to me”
Something like “We are all people, we are all people” (the expression came from Russian classical literature). It means that any person has weaknesses or can stumble, do something unseemly.
31. "Sine qua non" - "Sine qua non"
Refers to something absolutely necessary, without which something is impossible.
32. "Qui totum vult totum perdit" - "He who wants everything loses everything."
From the same series as "You want a lot - you get a little."
33. "Solamen miseris socios habuisse doloris" - "Misfortune loves company"
It is understood that it is a consolation for the unfortunate that others share their grief.
We usually say: "Together, grief is easier to bear."
34. "Oderint dum metuant" - "Let them hate, if only they were afraid"
Favorite saying of Caligula, originally attributed to Lucius Actius, Roman tragic poet (170 BC); also the motto of the Russian noble family Krasnitsky.
35. "Cogito, ergo sum" - "I think, therefore I am"
This famous phrase by René Descartes may seem vague and confusing, but it was the result of his unique, individualistic approach to philosophy. According to him, many of the world's problems stem from the way we use our minds - from misunderstanding, poor definition, and unintentional illogicality.