They are an absolutely some of the most beautiful and rare creatures. We should do all we can to make sure that they do not disappear from this earth.
They're incredibly cute, rolly-polly, and die at the drop of a hat. It's kind of like having a kitten made out of marzipan left out in the rain. Yeah...
The Giant Panda belongs to the order Carnivora, yet it subsists almost entirely on bamboo (a grass). In addition, the Giant Panda is considered to be a living fossil, having existed in its current form for over 3 million years. Those are fairly awesome traits.
Plus, look at this picture. Any species that looks this cute is inherently awesome.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Panda … _China.JPG
because if they are small they can be cute. awesome because they are big and with fur, just like teddy bears
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