Axe / Lynx have recently released the unleash the chaos scents, one for men and one for women. Their promise isn't that ypou'll smeel good, but that you'll attract the opposite sex like a powerful force of nature. It's only right then, that Lynx decided to sponsor Tian Tian and Yang Guang, the Edinburgh Zoo, as the breeding season approaches.
Why Pandas? They already do the scent-spraying thing to communicate when they are ready to mate.
Iain Valentine, director of research and conservation at the zoo, said: "In the wild pandas use a chemical communication system involving pheromones to locate and choose mates. Scent is also how males will know that female pandas are fertile.
"Female pandas are notoriously picky about male pandas. However the signs have been good to date between Tian Tian and Yang Guang and she has had time to get used to the scents and sounds of Yang Guang."
May I add that Iain has the best surname for this topic. Now, If the pandas manage to score, it'll be the first time a panda is born in the UK. While Lynx isn't spraying the pandas with human deoderant, they're quite chuffed as on STV.tv Kieran Danaher from Lynx said: "It’s the perfect time to partner with Edinburgh Zoo and use our attraction know-how to help out with panda mating season."
"attraction know-how", people. Lynx has it.