I am Panda.
Penquin’s Panda. I’m a smart ass, world traveller, connoisseur, creative extraordinaire, finder of randoms and always awesome.
I’m the black and white blur that brings marketing magic and mystery to the Penquin offices. Like a monochrome butterfly, I flutter between the company’s minds and spark their imagination. I also flutter to the Penquin Twitter account and cause havoc when they’re looking the other way.
My opinion is the only opinion that really counts.
Although I can be a little controversial, I’m also passionate about integrated marketing.
Follow me for interesting articles and offers to help you in your day to day marketing life, and to keep up with the latest trends.
Whenever something big and fun happens in the world, be sure to follow us on all our social platforms , to get the information first hand... from me.
Here are some interesting articles I’m currently reading:
Oh, and I found this, who knew!
99% of a Panda's diet consists of bamboo.
The eyespots of a giant panda cub are initially in the shape of a circle. As the cub grows, the circles become shaped like a teardrop.
Pandas can stand upright, but their short hind legs aren’t strong enough to support their bodies. A panda’s bones are twice as heavy as the bones of other animals the same size.
Giant pandas grow up to 1.2m and 1.5m, and weigh between 75kg and 135kg. Scientists aren’t sure how long pandas live in the wild, but in captivity they live up to 30 years old.
Baby pandas are born pink and measure about 15cm – that’s about the size of a pencil! They are also born blind and only open their eyes six to eight weeks after birth.
Unlike most other bears, pandas do not hibernate. When winter approaches, they head lower down their mountain homes to warmer temperatures, where they continue to chomp away on bamboo!
Pandas are pigeon-toed; in other words, they walk with their front paws turned inward.
Here is where I come from
For the laugh of it
Did you know I am a global traveller?
Here's some of my findings:During my trip to Hawaii, I realised their alphabet only has 13 letters.
16 Loius rd, Orange Grove, Johannesburg, SA.