These are from the World
Wildlife Federation News blog.
The full set of photos is here.
Absolutely the most precious thing in the world.
I agree, those photos are absolutely adorable, but the WWF should know better than to call the development of a single organism during its natural lifespan “evolution.”
The blog is not the WWF’s blog, so you can’t blame them for the “evolution” term. I used it to underline the way it grows from a tiny being to an adult.
I have received the photos from a friend, I think the baby panda was grew up by people because the mother died…however, I am not 100% sure about this.
Stumpers, if I did not know you, I would think you were trying to be offensive. Ambiguity in Internet communication is tricky. But I know you mean it is pathetic, that the mother panda died.
I didn’t realize she died. Sorry to be so insensitive.
It’s Okay, I understand.
heyy Stumpers, if I did not know you, I would think you were trying to be offensive. Ambiguity in Internet communication is tricky. But I know you mean it is pathetic, that the mother panda died.
That baby panda is so cut!!!!love pands there cute…..
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