The pandas are set to take centre stage on Frozen Planet II (Image: BBC/Frozen Planet)
Sir David Attenborough has proven us unbelievable wonders over his decades-long profession, however he’s about to carry us a very magnificent feat of nature – twerking large pandas.
Yep, episode three of Frozen Planet II is about to get just a bit bizarre, displaying the pandas, erm, chopping some shapes.
Producer Alex Lanchester defined what is definitely happening with the pandas, saying: ‘A number of persons are in all probability used to seeing pandas however they’re largely filmed in captivity.
‘We’ve caught wild pandas on our digicam traps up within the mountains in China. And in a primary, we present a ‘twerking’ Panda, as males carry out head stands and gyrate their bums towards timber to mark out their territory.’
Principally, large pandas typically do ‘handstands’ to mark their scent. Pandas climb a tree backwards with their hind toes till they’re in a full handstand the other way up enabling them to go away their scent increased up.
They may simply steal the present (Image: BBC Studios)
So, whereas they’re not technically twerking, it does look a complete lot like they’ve been taking some inspiration from the dancers of the world.
Final week, the character programme introduced viewers to the North Pole, with many left heartbroken over a devastating story involving seal pups.
The pandas do ‘handstands’ to mark their despatched (Image: BBC Studios)
Following the earlier week’s weird walrus mating ritual, the programme homed in on the story of a mom seal taking care of her new child, who was after all all sorts of white, fluffy and lovely.
Viewers have been lulled with beautiful footage of the mother or father and child bonding because the mom fed her child and taught him how one can swim.
Nevertheless, Frozen Planet II followers weren’t prepared for what would come subsequent as famend conservationist and broadcaster Sir David defined: ‘After producing milk for 12 days, she has misplaced a 3rd of her physique weight.
‘Now she should return to her feeding grounds. She’s going to by no means see her pup once more.’
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If that wasn’t the killer blow, extra adopted because it transpired that seal pups spend the subsequent 4 weeks alone on the packed ice, hoping to outlive earlier than they’re able to go looking within the water on their very own.
We reckon we’ll keep on with the twerking pandas, cheers David.
Frozen Planet II returns Sunday at 8pm on BBC One.
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