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did you find it at a zoo????
That is very cute!!!
Lovely... Very nice photograph...
Sweet! Lucky you.
Cutest animal ever
Yeah, Danielle is right; add its scientific name!
Hello LadenTamang! Could you please edit your spotting and add the scientific name which has been suggested to you. Project Noah uses scientific names to index all spottings. With a scientific name your spotting will also leave the unidentified list. You also have other identified spottings which need a scientific name added. These can be easily found out using Google. If you need any help with this please don't hesitate to let us know. Thank you in advance, and I look forward to see new images to your collection!
Wow! So lovely!!!!!
This is one of my favorite animals.
What a Cutie :)
Hi Laden! Please can you add the scientific name so that we can take this off of the "unknown" list & add a link (wikipedia etc) to the references. Because we have a global user base & sometimes many different common names for the same species, the system will continue to show a spotting as unidentified until the scientific name has been completed.
Thats the most adorable thing ever!
Cool and Cute
Very cute! Since he's in a zoo you can add him to the captive animals mission.
Extremely cute. :)
OMG It`s so huggable :)
Very beautiful creature and a great photo.
I love these animals... One of my fondest childhood memories was my first trip to the Toronto Zoo, where I got to see this rare, beautiful creature I had never seen before. I remember the red panda was a main attraction at the zoo, and they provided great educational programs there about the conversational status of the animal.
wow i've never seen one of these how beautiful!
Spotted on Jun 11, 2011 Submitted on Jun 11, 2011
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