A giant panda in China had the right idea. After the cheeky animal showed signs of pregnancy, such as reduced appetite and a surge in hormones, experts prepared to live broadcast the first ever panda birth. Which would have been spectacular, if, you know, the panda didn’t fake it all just to get more bamboo. Apparently phantom pregnancies happen more often with pandas than you think. Tempted? I mean, more food and priority seating on public transit await (but let’s just leave it to the pandas).