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Love Panda® Game for Android Smartphones and Tablets!


Liu-Yue (Louie) Lam, Co-Founder of Cute Brands is proud to present our first video game based on Love Panda® character. The Love Panda® game is a Cute and Happy video game for everyone that is fun and addictive. Download for free from Google Play Marketplace and play on your Android Smartphone and Tablet with your family and friends! Download link:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=air.lovepanda&feature=search_result#?t=W251bGwsMSwxLDEsImFpci5sb3ZlcGFuZGEiXQ

 

 

Help Love Panda® catch loving hearts and tasty bamboo treats... What level can you get up to?


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Cute Brands Stand at  6th Avenue Street Fair!


Cute Brands is present today at the 6th Avenue Street Fair (52-53rd Street). If you're in the neighborhood, stop by and say hello! We have a Special Promo: $12 shirts at the street fair only... Yes, you heard right! Now you can get your Love Panda® or other favorite character T-shirt at this great price! :-)



 

Giant Panda Cub Birth at San Diego Zoo Garners Love and Concern for Endangered Species!


The San Diego Zoo strives to learn about giant pandas and save them from extinction. The zoo used social media to share pictures and information about the newborn cub, captivating a wide-reaching audience and possibly inspiring a generation of conservationists.


A panda cub at the San Diego Zoo received its first veterinary exam. The cub is healthy and weighs 1.5 pounds.


As animal lovers gush over a newborn giant panda at the San Diego Zoo, they are raising awareness of the species' threatened existence. Zookeepers hope that the pandas’ beauty will attract the crowds, but that their tragically small population will keep them there—possibly inspiring a new generation of conservationists.


Experts estimate that only 1,600 giant pandas exist and only 11 live in the United States, so news spread rapidly when the cub was born at the San Diego Zoo on July 29.


"The birth of a giant panda cub is such a rare event. Its birth alone brings so much awareness to giant pandas. People start wondering how they can help, so the event reaches a higher level than the birth itself," said Kathy Hawk, a lead panda keeper at the San Diego Zoo, told the Daily News.


Zoo veterinarians examined the newborn Panda, for three minutes on Aug. 22 while the mother, Bai Yun (White Cloud), left their den to eat. The medical team confirmed that the panda is in good health and weighs about 1.5 pounds. Since they finished quickly - as to not distress the cub or Bai Yun - the researchers haven't yet determined the baby panda's sex.


Adhering to Chinese tradition, the cub will not receive its name for at least 100 days, the zoo tweeted.



This critically endangered species is on loan to the San Diego Zoo from the People’s Republic of China. The People's Republic of China loaned a few giant pandas to the San Diego Zoo so that it could research the species that has been harmed by habitat loss, according to a press release. The zoo's wildlife conservancy is committed to rescuing the species from impending extinction.


Hawk has worked with the pandas since Bai Yun, the zoo's first giant panda, arrived from China in 1996. "I've known her since she was 4 ½. By watching her grow and develop, we have learned so much about giant pandas," Hawk explained.


Bai Yun proved to the zookeepers that pandas are incredible intelligent. Over the years, Hawk developed a close rapport with Bai Yun. Hawk has been able to perform ultrasounds, draw blood and train Bai Yun to lie down on command, all without drugs to sedate her. "The trust you can have with an animal like that still blows my mind," said Hawk. "We do things I never thought were humanly possible." Bai Yun will be 21 years old in September, so Hawk was shocked and thrilled when she discovered Bai Yun was pregnant.



Source: NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

 

Love Is All You Need - Love Panda® Animation!


This is our new animation video, an animated panda cartoon that will definitely warm your heart and make you smile. The story goes something like this: Love Panda® Boy finds LOVE with Love Panda® Girl... and this leads to a very Cute and Happy Ending! Love is all you need. To learn more about Love Panda® please visit the Love Panda® bio page: http://cutebrands.net/cute-friend/love-panda


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20 Year Old Panda Gives Birth to New Cub at San Diego Zoo!


 

(CBS/AP) San Diego Zoo has welcomed a record-breaking sixth panda cub.

Officials say the birth of 20-year-old Bai Yun's latest offspring gives the zoo the most births at a breeding facility outside of China.

Bai Yun has birthed all the cubs born in captivity at the San Diego Zoo, CBS News affiliate KFMB in San Diego reported. The new mother almost broke another record. She was a few days shy of being the oldest panda known to give birth.

Zookeepers and researchers watched the birth Sunday afternoon via a closed circuit camera mounted inside the birthing den. Zoo officials told KFMB that they didn't know the panda was expecting until late in her pregnancy because of her age. They expect this will be her last cub, but acknowledge that it is up to her.

In a blog post, zoo officials say Bai Yun immediately scooped the cub into her arms and comforted the newborn.

Because of Bai Yun's advanced age the pregnancy was considered high risk, but zookeepers say mother and baby are doing fine.

Zoo officials won't know the sex of the cub until they examine it in several months. It won't develop its black and white markings for a few months either.

KFMB reported that the cub will be named on its 100th day, according to tradition. Zoo visitors will be allowed to vote for the name.

It will be a while before Bai Yun and the new cub are on display but the public can glimpse them on the Panda Cam at the zoo's website. The new mother and cub are bonding, and visitors can expect to see them in the exhibit around December 2012, according to KFMB.

 
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