The wahs are coming!

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This picture borrowed from wikipedia. Full story later (about wahs, not wikipedia).

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Thats a red panda, pretending to be a giant, very lame.

Call the wahmbulance.

By Louis Bérubé (not verified) on 03 Apr 2008 #permalink

Zach--Giant Pandas were decided to be bears in the late 1980's. Some still say it should be in the raccoon family, and some way it should be in a family with the Wah, called Ailuridae. But it's genetically similar enough to be a bear.