1. VISUAL STIMULI

    Pandas Love Panda Porn

    EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND - FEBRUARY 20:  Yang Guang feeds on bamboo as he bulks up for the breeding season with partner Tian Tian on February 20, 2013 in Edinburgh, Scotland. Experts at Edinburgh Zoo have announced they expect the giant panda breeding season may be earlier this year, as both Tian Tian (Sweetie) and Yang Guang (Sunshine) have already started to show important changes in their behavior that indicate that they will soon be ready to mate, speculating in four weeks time.  (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)

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    Like people, sometimes pandas just aren’t in the mood for hanky panky, but a little visual stimulus goes a long way. When a pair of bears at the Panda Breeding and Research Base in China couldn’t be bothered to get it on, scientists made them watch videos of other pandas mid-coitus. Sure enough, the “educational” panda porn inspired them to make sweet, sweet love after a long dry spell. Previously, the female panda had rejected the male every time he tried to mount her. “In the wild, she would have seen lots of pandas mating so it’s no wonder that she needed a bit of help,” one vet said.

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