|The Declarer (Floyd McWilliams' Blog)|
Monday, June 14, 2010
One more panda description from http://www.chinapanda.org.cn. The viewpoint is ... interesting.
The giant panda “Yun Yun”, Serial No. 706, female, was born at 17:12 in the morning of July 13, 2008, whose weight was 173.5g at birth, at present, she weighs 43kg. On the “Thanksgiving trip”, she got the name “Yun Yun” suggested by people.
Suggested by people. Well that was a surprise.
I had assumed that at the Shanghai Zoo, panda names are suggested by snakes.
Her mother is a “grandma-level” heroine “Ying Ying”.
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“Yun Yun” has pointed face and short and big nose, her dark eye sockets are long and thin and sunken inside, she is big, and is a small fat girl, having compliant and bright personality.
Well is she big ... or small?
When she walks, she will wiggle her buttocks, which seems cumbersome and quite lovely.
IS IT JUST ME OR IS IT GETTING HOTTER IN HERE?
She likes sleeping, never fights and has a lot of friends and she can make friends with everyone else. Yun Yun doesn’t like climbing trees, because she once fell down from a tree when she first learned to climb the trees. Maybe her fat body blocked her flexibility, when she climbed to the branches with effort and just wanted to sit on the branch, she fell down incautiously, which frightened the feeders nearby,
"Everybody run! Small big panda! Having compliant buttocks!"
and “Yun Yun” also felt muddled, she sat on the ground and kept still for a moment, then popped her head all around sheepishly, and then she climbed up and wiggled her buttocks to walk away. She was not hurt, but she doesn’t like to approach the trees since then.
Bonus sentence, which I made up just now:
Buttocks, buttocks, muddled cumbersome buttocks.