Karen Wille saw her panda friend for the time that is last July 2016. He had been in bad form. He had been thin. His once-sleek black-and-white fur had dulled. Wille, a board user and volunteer because of the nonprofit Pandas Overseas, knew much better than to expect wildlife-calendar excellence, airbrushed and coiffed. Perhaps the many charismatic of megafauna have off times. Behind the top eyes and rounded frames that signal vulnerability and cuddliness towards the mind, pandas are genuine, real time, 200-pound bears. Bears that may shred your flesh. Bears that roll around when you look at the dirt and turn themselves dingy gray.
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