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How do pandas look like?
Question Date: 2013-04-29
Answer 1:

Pandas are black white bears. They have a white face with black eye patches and black ears. They are big, weighting around 300 lbs, which is remarkable since they eat mostly bamboo (a really tall grass).

Answer 2:

I am sure that you will enjoy pictures that show panda bears playing. If you click on the following link, you will see how the pandas look like

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