As Grade I animal under national protection, the giant panda is a famous rare species of animal exclusively growing in China. Enjoying the fame of "National Treasure", it has been winning the favor of people with its plump body form, charmingly naïve motion as well as black and white fur color.

As Grade I animal under national protection, the giant panda is a famous rare species of animal exclusively growing in China. Enjoying the fame of "National Treasure", it has been winning the favor of people with its plump body form, charmingly naïve motion as well as black and white fur color.

<b>You squee, you lose.</b> OK, let's do this thing - we'll start off easy, but things are going to get pretty squeeky™ up in here pretty quick, so harden your hearts!

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<b>You squee, you lose.</b> OK, let's do this thing - we'll start off easy, but things are going to get pretty squeeky™ up in here pretty quick, so harden your hearts!

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