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Jeanne Boyarsky
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Cute pics:
Baby koala playing with stuffed koala

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I thought pandas were a kind of bear?
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Cute pandas! *.*


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Campbell Ritchie wrote:I thought pandas were a kind of bear?

Giant pandas are (though it used to be believed that they weren't). Red pandas are not.
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Campbell Ritchie wrote:I thought pandas were a kind of bear?

Right. The koala is the "not bear".
 
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