Why do people like pandas?
Question has something to do with my next hub I'm writing.
Because they look like humungous, real-life teddy bears. They look sweet with their big black rimmed eyes. They are very unique looking. Also, their actions are slow and cute and...I guess it's all about their looks and appearance, at least for me.
I adore them because they appear to be kind creatures that actually hold their children in their arms like many human parents. The are soft and fuzzy, increasing their cuddle factor. Even though they are wild and endangered animals, their look and demeanor typically attracts oohs and aahs. They are simply too cute.
Maybe this mom and baby panda at the San Diego zoo will answer your question.
Cute, cuddly, and for the most part, nice animals. Thanks for the cute photo.
Great photo! I'm not against pandas, I'm obsessed with them. I just wanted to know why others loved pandas.
I like them because they seem like the closet thing to living teddy bears. They are so much fun to watch.
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