As the world's attention begins focusing on London for the 2012 Olympics, China's Chengdu Panda Base launches an awareness campaign there focused on the conservation of one of the world's most adorable endangered species: the Giant Panda.
When we think of bears we might imagine a
big brown bear that might come lumbering around a camp site, or a white
polar bear lumbering around the Arctic ice, or a big papa panda bear
sitting in a 'natural' zoo environment munching on some bamboo. Seldom
does a red panda bear come to mind; maybe because it looks more like a raccoon than a bear, and maybe because they are so rare...
Panda Shorts are cute, comfortable, and as wild as their namesakes raoming the forested hills and valleys of szechuan, China. Do you dare to go bear, or will the sight of Panda Shorts make you eat, shoots and leaves?
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