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The Igo Branch Library held an event Thursday that emphasized the social aspect of an elderly person's health. That helps overcome loneliness that many older people feel," Irene Scharf of the Igo Branch Library said.
Jess Free, another one of the dates, frankly summed up the situation."Dating in 2017 is messy. "Life is too short, so we took a negative situation and turned it into a friendship and it’s just funny.
You can’t treat people like that.""Girl power," Bowers added.
There are about 150 pandas at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding, in southern China, and up close and personal there is no doubt about it — they are adorable, cute and cuddly. In captivity "they lose their natural habits", senior scientist Shen Fujun said.
But they no longer hold the key to their own survival. "The complex rhythm of Panda mating behaviour, with its territorial scent marking and mating calls and social interactions over large areas, is disrupted." It has taken a team of experts three decades to make the captive pandas mate again.