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  • Kiemy, 46 from Ottawa, CA
    46, Ottawa, CA
    I am looking woman who is honest and loyal (no playing game), I am confident and responsible, I am interest in skiing , soccer, volleyball, tennis and outdoor activity, I am looking forward to an opportunity to meet with you in the very near future, Thanks and have a nice day
  • Lara, 35 from Ottawa, CA
    35, Ottawa, CA
    I like to think of myself as an honest, loyal and down to earth person. I work hard but in my spare time like to connect with family and friends. I like good food and also enjoy travelling as much as I can.
  • Rachel, 44 from Ottawa, CA
    44, Ottawa, CA
    Looking for company to enjoy concerts, movies, walks and whatever else the city has to offer! Rather than go into great detail here, I'd rather meet and get to know you over time.
  • Lucille, 45 from Ottawa, CA
    45, Ottawa, CA
    I am sweet,loving and caring person which I got it from my mother.Oh well,I'm lucky.My family is so special for me as they gave me inspiration to learn and grow and made me a better person.I love spending my time with friends and I love staying home as well.
  • Iv, 39 from Nepean, CA
    39, Nepean, CA
  • Rajat, 25 from Windsor, CA
    25, Windsor, CA
    I love to surf , but I don't live near water. I love to sing but can't hold a tune if it had to handle .But I still do it . Welcome to me in nutshell.This is me Hello
  • Duba, 19 from Toronto, CA
    19, Toronto, CA
    I am an open-minded and friendly girl to share a good time with you and have fun and enjoy on the go, bird watching, the rest of our lives. My Hobbies, tourism books, dance, music, soccer, tennis, swimming and cinema.
  • Zeny, 51 from Ottawa, CA
    51, Ottawa, CA
    I like to meet middle-aged man not looking for young girl. I want him to be honest to his faith. My ideal man is my dad. He has good judgment of personality , and has high integrity. .
  • Lola, 67 from Whitchurch-Stouffville, CA
    67, Whitchurch-Stouffville, CA
    Hello there! I'm easy going and loves to enjoy music and dancing. I like the simplicity of life. I'm a very positive person looking for friends and companion.
  • Adrian, 24 from Ottawa, CA
    24, Ottawa, CA
    Hi! I am a master to-be chef, language enthusiast, coffee lover, young traveller, series addict and game fan who love to trying out new experiences to become a better self
  • Philip, 21 from Ottawa, CA
    21, Ottawa, CA
    afaegaegaRed pandas are excellent climbers, and forage largely in trees. They eat mostly bamboo, and may eat small mammals, birds, eggs, flowers, and berries. In captivity, they were observed to eat birds, flowers, maple and mulberry leaves, and bark and fruits of maple, beech, and mulberry.[6] Like the giant panda, they cannot digest cellulose, so they must consume a large volume of bamboo to survive. Their diets consist of about two-thirds bamboo, but they also eat mushrooms, roots, acorns, lichens, and grasses. Occasionally, they supplement their diets with fish and insects. They do little more than eat and sleep due to their low-calorie diets.[20][21] Bamboo shoots are more easily digested than leaves, exhibiting the highest digestibility in summer and autumn, intermediate digestibility in the spring, and lowest digestibility in the winter. These variations correlate with the nutrient contents in the bamboo. Red pandas process bamboo poorly, especially the cellulose and cell wall components. This implies microbial digestion plays only a minor role in their digestive strategy. To survive on this poor-quality diet, they have to eat the high-quality sections of the bamboo plant, such as the tender leaves and shoots, in large quantities, over 1.5 kg (3.3 lb) of fresh leaves and 4 kg (8.8 lb) of fresh shoots daily. This food passes through the digestive tract fairly rapidly (about 2-4 hr) so as to maximize daily nutrient intake.[22] Red pandas can taste artificial sweeteners, such as aspartame, and are the only nonprimates known to be able to do so.[23]
  • Kat P, 27 from Ottawa, CA
    27, Ottawa, CA