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[英伦广角] 2012-04-07 旅英大熊猫阳光与甜甜

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Not In The Mood: Pandas Miss Breeding Window


Britain's only pandas run out of time to successfully mate this year - dashing hopes of having a cub at Edinburgh Zoo this year. Sky's Jane Chilton reports.

 

 

旅英大熊猫阳光与甜甜到英国3个月了,它们在爱丁堡过的好吗?英国人急切期待这对8岁大的大熊猫能在今年诞生小熊猫宝宝!


中国租借给英国爱丁堡动物园的大熊猫阳光和甜甜,在英国时间周二交配失败后,动物园周三再次安排牠它们交配,结果仍然未成功。

 

动物园发言人表示,8岁大的大熊猫阳光和甜甜,周二和周三两天内曾多次见面,虽然有火花和亲昵接触但没有交配。为了让两只大熊猫成功繁殖下一代,园方事前特别在牠们的圈养区之间开通了一条爱的通道,并关闭了可以让人通过互联网实时观看牠们的熊猫视频,让牠们在私隐受保障下安心交配。动物园说,雌性熊猫的发情期每年只有两三天,错过今年的机会唯有明年再尝试,阳光和甜甜到当地只有三个多月,园方并不着急。



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[Homework]2012-04-07 旅英大熊猫阳光与甜甜

You can't hurry in love.And that certainly the case was that breeds giant pandas.Desipite choosing all the right signs of love,it seems the part of time new panda pons is just not man to be for Tiantian and Yangguang this time around.Yangguang comes from a good line of breeders.His father successfully bred 107 infants.And both had bred pandas have all spring their own to other partners.But it seems this marriage on * is not modern heaven.But the zoo says it's simply a matter of time.It's just four months since they arrived at the zoo on long for the next ten years from China.So what was always a big ask for animals to bond new deeply.And with mother nature only allowing pandas want seasonly-year to breed.Even then only 36 hours to succeed,it's a lot of ask at Britain News to rival.The Pandas are big attraction at the Zoo.Visitors today say mother nature should take its course.The pandas were ready a big * for the zoo.A panda infant will be even bigger.But it's not man to be for this year *.
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[Homework]2012-04-07 旅英大熊猫阳光与甜甜

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You can't hurry love and that's certainly the case with Edinbuigh Giant Pandas .

Despite showing all the right signs of love , it seems patter of  tiny panda paws is just not meant to be for Tiantian and Yangguang  this time around.

Yangguang comes from a good line of breeders .  His father successfully bred 107 cubs and both Edingburg pandas have offsprings of their own to their partners . But it seems this marriage in this occasion is not made in heaven. But the zoo says it simply is a matter of time.It's just 4 months since they arrived at Edingburg zoo on loan for next ten years from China. So it was always a big guess for animals to bond immediately.And with mother nature only allowing panda one season a year to breed and even then only 36 hours to succeed . It's a lot to ask of Edingburg's new arrivals.

They've been around you know approximately 20 mullion years longer than human have. So in that sense of course  they are remarkably successful and the strategy they have evovled is in the wild prehistory has been remarkably get , So when they come up against humans encroaching on that natrual habitat and humans forcing them rather strange captive setting things start to look strange.

The pandas are big attraction in Edingburg zoo visitors today say the mother nature should take its course .

I guess it's just natrually really you can't force ***.

Maybe get them some moisture something you know , my work.

The pandas are already big crowded for the zoo , a panda cub would even bigger , but it's not meant to be this year at least.

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[Homework] [英伦广角] 2012-04-07 旅英大熊猫阳光与甜甜

You can’t hurry in love and that certainly the case was that Britain’s giant pandas.

Despite showing all the right sighs of love, it seems the patter of tiny panda paws is just not meant to be to Tiantian and Yangguang this time around.
Yangguang comes form a good line of breeders. His father successfully bred 107 cubs, and both Edinburgh’s pandas have offspring of their own to their partners. But it seems this marriage in this occasion is not made in heaven. But the zoo says it’s simply a matter of time.

It’s just four months since they arrived at Edinburgh zoo on loan for the next 10 years from China. So it was always a big ask for the animals to bound immediately. And with mother nature only allowing pandas warm season in a year to breed, and even then only 36 hours to succeed. It’s a lot to ask of Edinburgh new arrivals.
“They have been around, you know, approximately 20 million years longer than humans have. So in that sense of course they are remarkably successful on the strategy that they have evolved is in the wild prehistory has been remarkably good. So any when they come up against human’s    encroaching on that natural habitat and human forcing them through the strange captive setting that seems start to look strange.”

The pandas are big attraction in Edinburgh zoo. Visitors today say mother nature should take its course.
I guess it’s just nature and eco force. I’m really unsure what happened * .
Maybe get them some moisture, something you know, my work.
The pandas are already a big crowd leader for the zoo. A panda cab would be even bigger. But it’s not meant to be for this year at least.
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You can’t hurry love, and that’s certainly the case with Edinburgh’s giant pandas, despite showing all the right signs of love, it seems the patter of tiny panda paws is just not meant to be for TianTian and YangGuang this time around.

YangGuang comes from a good line of breeders, his father successfully bred 107 cubs, and both Edinburg’s pandas have offspring of their own to other partners, but it seems this marriage in this occasion is not made in heaven.

But the zoo says it’s simply a matter of time. It’s just 4 months since they arrived at Edinburgh Zoo on loan for the next 10 years from China. So it was always a big ask for the animals to bond immediately. And with mother nature only allowing pandas one season a year to breed, and even then only 36 hours to succeed. It’s a lot to ask of Edinburgh’s newest arrivals.

They’ve been around, you know, approximately 20 million years longer than humans have. So in that sense, of course they’re remarkably successful and the strategy that they have evolved, is in the wild and prehistory, has been remarkably good. It’s only when they come up against humans, encroaching on their natural habitat, and then humans forcing them into this rather strange captive setting, that things start to look strange.

The pandas are a big attraction at Edinburgh Zoo, visitors today say mother nature should take its course.

I guess it’s just nature, you can’t force it really. I’m sure it will happen, won’t it? We’re going to go and see them, so a quite scientist.

Maybe get them some moisture or something, you know, it might work

The pandas are already a big crowd pleaser for the zoo, a panda cub would be even bigger, but it’s not meant to be, for this year at least.

James Shelton, Skynews, Edinburgh.

[Homework]2012-04-07 旅英大熊猫阳光与甜甜

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You can't hurry in love.And that's certainly the case for that breed giant pandas.Despite choosing all the right signs of love,it seems the party of the tiny panda pools is not just  man to be for TianTian and YangGuang this time around.YangGuang comes from a good line of breeders, his father successfully bred 107 cubs.And both have bred pandas have all spring of their own to other partners,but this marriage and this occasion is nor made in heaven.But the zoo says it's simply a matter of time, it's just for months since they arrived at Britain Zoo along for the next 10 years from China, so it was always a big * for the animals to bound in immediately.And with mother nature,only allowing pandas one seasonly year to breed,and even then only 36 hours to succeed.It's a lot of task for Edinburgh news to rivals.*, you konw proximity in 20 years longer than humans have,so in that sense,of course, there remarkablely successfully in strategy the that revolved,is in the wild.Prey history has been remarkablely *,so even they come up with humans in approaching ****that human forcing of strange *tive settings,eh,that things stop to look strange. The pandas are a big attraction at Edinburgh Zoo.Visitors today say mother nature should take its course.i guess it's just nature,really,not force,really.I'm sure we have to through winter,we are going to see*** Maybe get some moisture from soil,you know, might work.The pandas are already a big croup* for the zoo.A panda camp will be even bigger,but it's not man to be for this year at least.

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        You can’t hurry love. And that’s certainly the case with Edinburgh’s giant pandas.
        Despite showing all the rights signs of love, it seems the patter of tiny panda paws is just not meant to be for TianTian and YangGuang this time around.
        YangGuang comes from a good line of breeders, his father successfully bred 107 cubs. And both Edinburg’s pandas have offspring of their own to other partners. But it seems this marriage, an initial occasion is not made in heaven.
        But the zoo says it’s simply a matter of time. It’s just 4 months since they arrived Edinburgh Zoo on loan for the next 10 years from China. So it was always a big ask for the animals to bond immediately. And with mother nature only allowing pandas one season a year to breed and even then only 36 hours to succeed. It’s a lot to ask of Edinburgh’s newest arrivals.
        They’ve been around, you know, approximately 20 million years longer than humans have. So in that sense, of course they’re remarkably successful and the strategy that they have evolved is in the wild and prehistory, has been remarkably good. So it’s only when they come up against humans, encroaching on that natural habitat. And then humans forcing them into this role of strange captive setting that things start to look strange.
        The pandas are big attraction at Edinburgh Zoo. Visitors today say mother nature should take its course.
        I guess it’s just nature really. You can’t force, not force it really. I’m sure it will happen, won’t it? We’re going to go and see them, so quite forces to see.
        Maybe get them some moisture or something, you know, it might work.
        The pandas are already a big crowd pleaser for the zoo, a panda cub would be even bigger, but it’s not meant to be for this year at least.
        Jane Chilton, Sky News, Edinburgh.
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    You can hurry love.But not certainly the case with Edinburgh's giant pandas.Despite chosng all the signs of love,it seems the parter of tiny panda pools is just not meant to be for Tiantian and Yangguang this time around.Yangguang comes from a good line of breeders,his father successfully bred 107 cubs,and both Edinburgh's pandas have all spring up their own to other partners.But it seems this marriage,this occation is not meant to happen.But the zoo says it's just a matter of time.It has been 4 months since they arrived at Edinburge Zoo and long for the next 10 years from China.So it was always a big ask for the animals to born it immediately.And with mother nature only allowing  pandas one season a year to breed and even then only 36 hours to succeed.It's a lot to us till Edinburgh's news to arrivials.There're been around,you know,proximately 20 million years longer than humans have.So in that sense, of course they're remarkablly successful,the strategy that they evolved is in the wild,and prehistory has been pretty good at it.So anyway they come up against humans, enclosing on that.Not to have attendding,Humans force them closed in the strange cub that cut the settings so that things stop to look strange.The pandas are big attraction in Edinburgh Zoo,visitors today say mother nature shoud take the cause.I think it just nature really calls for it,really.I am sure it will happen,won't it? We're gonna see it so our question .May be get them some moistures or something,you know,might work.The pandas were already a big crow? for the zoo.A panda cub could be even bigger.But it's not meant to be for this year at least.
    Jane Chilton,SKY's news Edinburgh.
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[Homework]2012-04-07 旅英大熊猫阳光与甜甜

You can't hurry love and that certainly the case with Edinburgh giant pandas.Despite showing all the right signs of love,it seems the patter of tiny panda paws is just not meant to be for Qiangqiang and Yangguang this time around.
Yangguang comes from a good line of breeders,his father successfully bred 107 cubs and both Edinbergh pandas have offspring their own to other partners.But it seems this marriage and this occasion is not made in heaven.
But the zoo says it's simply a matter of time.It's just 4 months since they've arrived Edinburgh zoo on loan for the next 10 years through China.So it was always a big ask for the animals to bound immediately.And with mother nature only allowing pandas one season a year to breed,and even then only 36 hours to succeed,it's a lot to ask of Edinbergh newest arrivals.
That've been around,you know,approximatly 20 million years longer than humans have,so in that sense,of course,they are remarkably successful and the strategy that they have evolved is in a wild and prehistory,has been remarkably good.So only when they've come up aganist humans,encroaching on their nature habit and humans forcing them * rather strange captive setting,the things start to look strange.
The pandas are a big attraction in Edinburgh zoo.Visitors today say mother nature should take its course.
I can say it's just nature,really,you can't force,you can't force it really.I'm sure it will happen in winter.We are going to again see them so quite *.
Maybe get them some moisture or something,you know,might work.
The pandas were already a big crowd pleaser for the zoo,a panda cub would be even bigger.But it's not meant to be for this year at least.
Jane Chilton,skynews,Edinburgh.

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[Homework]2012-04-07 旅英大熊猫阳光与甜甜

You can't hurry love and that certainly the case with Edinburgh giant pandas. Despite showing all the right signs of love,it seems the patter of tiny panda paws is just not meant to be for Qiangqiang and Yangguang this time around.
Yangguang comes from a good line of breeders, his father successfully bred 107 cubs and both Edinbergh pandas have offspring their own to other partners. But it seems this marriage and this occasion is not made in heaven.
But the zoo says it's simply a matter of time. It's just 4 months since they've arrived Edinburgh zoo on loan for the next 10 years through China. So it was always a big ask for the animals to bound immediately. And with mother nature only allowing pandas one season a year to breed, and even then only 36 hours to succeed, it's a lot to ask of Edinbergh newest arrivals.
That've been around, you know, approximatly 20 million years longer than humans have, so in that sense, of course, they are remarkably successful and the strategy that they have evolved is in a wild and prehistory, has been remarkably good. So only when they've come up against humans, encroaching on their nature habit and humans forcing them * rather strange captive setting, the things start to look strange.
The pandas are a big attraction in Edinburgh zoo.Visitors today say mother nature should take its course.
I can say it's just nature, really, you can't force, you can't force it really. I'm sure it will happen in winter. We are going to again see them so quite .
Maybe get them some moisture or something, you know, might work.
The pandas were already a big crowd pleaser for the zoo, a panda cub would be even bigger. But it's not meant to be for this year at least.
Jane Chilton, sky news, Edinburgh.

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[Homework]2012-04-07 旅英大熊猫阳光与甜甜

You can't hurry in love.And that certainly the case was that Britain giant pandas.
Despite chosing all the right signs of love ,it seems the part of time panda course is not to ment to be for Qiang qiang and Yang guang this time around.
Yang guang comes a good of line of breeds.His father successful bred 107 cubs.And both pandas have offspring their own to other partners.
But it seemed and this occasion is not image happened.But the zoe says it simply a match of time.It just four months since they arrived Britain zoe on loan for the next ten years in China.So it was always a big asked for animals to bound imediately.
And with mother nature only allowing panda one seasion a year to breed and even than only 36 hours to succeed.Its a allow to us given **** news to arrival.They have been around approximatly 20 *** is longer than human 's have.
In that sense,of course the remarkable successful strategy they envolved is in the wild prehistory has been remarked so anyone come up gets humans.encoaching  on nature habit human forcing strange catch of seting the things leads strange.
The panda is a big attraction in the Britiain zoe.Visitors today say mother nature should take it course.
I guess it just natural realy go force.I am sure it would happen.Maybe get some moisture you know ,my work.
The panda was already a big crowdly for the zoe.A panda cub will be even big.But its not to be for this year at least.

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[Homework]2012-04-07 旅英大熊猫阳光与甜甜

You can't hurry love, and that's certainly the case with Edinburgh's gaint pandas.Despite showing all the right signs of love, it seems the patter of tiny panda paws is just not meant to be for Tiantian and Yangguang this time around.Yangguang comes a good line of breeders, his father successfully bred 107 cubs.And both Edinburgh's pandas have offspring of theirown to other parterners, but it seems this marraige in this occasion is not made in heaven.But the Zoo says it sinply a matter of time.It's just 4 months since they arrived at Edinburgh Zoo on loan for the next 10 years from China.So it was a big ask for the animals to bond immediately.And with Mother Nature only allowing pandas one season a year to breed,and even then only 36 hours to succeed.It's a lot to ask of Edinburgh's newest arrivals.
They've been around, you know, apporximately 20 millions years longer than human's have.So in that sense, of course they're remarkably successful,and the strategy that they have evolved, is in the wild and prehistory,has been remarkably good. It's only when they come up aganist humans, encroaching on their natural habitat, and then humans forcing them into this rather strange captive setting, that things start to look strange.
The pandas are a big attraction at Edinburgh Zoo.Visitors today say Mother Nature should take its course.
I guess it's just nature,you can't force it really.I am sure it will happen, won't it? We are going to go and see them,so a quite scientist.
Maybe get some moisture or something, you know, it might work.
The pandas are already a big crowded pleaser for the zoo, a panda cub would be even bigger, but it's not meant to be, for this year at least.
James Sheldom, Skynews, Edinburgh
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You can't hurry love and that's certainly the case with Edinburgh's giant pandas. Despite train all the right signs of love, it seems the part of the time panda pools is not meant to be Tian Tian and Yuangguang this time around.

Yangguang comes from a good line of breeders. His father successfully bred 107 cubs and both Edingurgh's panadas have offsprings of their own to other partners. But it seems this marriage, on this occasion, is not mating heaven. But the zoo says it's simply a matter of time. It's just 4 months since they arrived at Edinburgh on loan for the next 10 years from China. So it was a big ask for the animals to bond immediately. And with mother nature only allowing pandas one season a year to breed, and even then, only 36 hours to succeed. It's a lot of ask of Edinburgh's news arrivals.

They've been around, you know, approxmately 20 million years longer than human's have. So, in that sense, of course, there's remarkable success from the stratege that they've evolved is in the wild, prehistory,  has been remarkablely get it, so anyone, they've come out against humans, encroaching on them, natural habitat and human forcing them this through the strange captive setting, the things start to look strange.

The pandas are the big attraction in Edinburgh zoo. Visitors today say mother nature should take its course. "I guess, it's just naturally, you can't force, don't force really, I'm sure it will happen, won't it? we're going to take a see so quite //

Maybe get them some moisturers, some for you know, might work, hehehe...

The pandas already are big crowded please of the zoo, a panda cub will be even bigger, But it's not meant to be for this year at least.

Jame Chilton Sky news Edingburgh.
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You can't hurry in love.And that certainly the case was that breeds giant pandas.Desipite choosing all the right signs of love,it seems the parter of time new panda pools is just not meant to be for Tiantian and Yangguang this time around.Yangguang comes from a good line of breeders.His father successfully bred 107 cubs.And both had bred pandas have all offspring their own to other partners.But it seems this marriage on this occasion is not made in heaven.But the zoo says it's simply a matter of time.It's just four months since they arrived at Edinburgh zoo on loan for the next ten years from China.So it was always a big ask for the animals to bond immediately.And with mother nature only allowing pandas one season a year to breed.And even then only 36 hours to succeed,it's a lot of ask of Edinburgh's newest arrivals.
"They've been around,you know,approximately 20 million years longer than humans have.So in that sense, of course the remarkly success from the stratagy they've evolved is in the wild and prehistory and been remarkably good.So only when they come up against humans,encroaching on their natural habitat,and then humans forcing them into ** rather strange captive setting.Then things start to look strange."
The Pandas are big attraction at Edinburgh Zoo.Visitors today say mother nature should take its course.The pandas were ready a big * for the zoo.
"I guess it's just nature really can't force ** "
"maybe get them some moisture or something,you know,might work."
The pandas were already a big crowd pleaser for he zoo.A panda cub will be even bigger.But it's not meant to be for this year at least.
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You can’t hurry love, and that’s certainly the case with Edinburgh’s giant pandas, despite showing all the right signs of love, it seems the patter of tiny panda paws is just not meant to be for TianTian and YangGuang this time around.

YangGuang comes from a good line of breeders, his father successfully bred 107 cubs, and both Edinburg’s pandas have offspring of their own to other partners, but it seems this marriage in this occasion is not made in heaven.

But the zoo says it’s simply a matter of time. It’s just 4 months since they arrived at Edinburgh Zoo on loan for the next 10 years from China. So it was always a big ask for the animals to bond immediately. And with mother nature only allowing pandas one season a year to breed, and even then only 36 hours to succeed. It’s a lot to ask of Edinburgh’s newest arrivals.

“They’ve been around, you know, approximately 20 million years longer than humans have. So in that sense, of course they’re remarkably successful and the strategy that they have evolved, is in the wild and prehistory, has been remarkably good. It’s only when they come up against humans, encroaching on their natural habitat, and then humans forcing them into this rather strange captive setting, that things start to look strange.”

The pandas are a big attraction at Edinburgh Zoo, visitors today say mother nature should take its course.

“I guess it’s just nature, you can’t force it really. I’m sure it will happen, won’t it? We’re going to go and see them, so a quite scientist.”

“Maybe get them some moisture or something, you know, it might work.”

The pandas are already a big crowd pleaser for the zoo, a panda cub would be even bigger, but it’s not meant to be, for this year at least.

James Shelton, Sky news, Edinburgh.
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