Beijing - After the successful breeding of panda's in Chengdu Zoo this week, millions of Chinese people are heading to their local restaurants to eat traditional Panda soup.
Pandas, fat lazy creatures that sit around all day and who will only eat certain types of Bamboo, were first cheated out of extinction when they were put on the endangered list in 1991 when it was realized that their limited diet was a Darwinian certainty that they would die out.
Since then thousands of zoos around the world have tried to get the fat lazy creatures to breed in captivity or eat something that is more readily available. There will be huge celebrations over the coming couple of weeks after it was announced that they have finally bred in captivity.
Li Xin of the Chengdu take away told reports 'we have been out clubbing panda all day to keep up with demand, I hope that they stop breeding otherwise we will simply not be able to keep up with the demand for Panda soup'.