33 Panda Facts That Will Make You Fall In Love With Pandas All Over Again

We adore pandas. We make special trips to a small number of select zoos just to see them. They’re the face of the World Wildlife Fund. But how much do we really know about them? We know they eat bamboo, but few people are aware of the rest of their surprising (and bloody) diet. We know they’re black and white, but even the scientists researching them aren’t entirely sure why. We know they’re endangered, but you’d be amazed at the lengths conservationists have gone to, to get them to mate (panda porn, believe it or not, is a thing). Discover more strange but illuminating panda facts below:

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Helpless Blind Newborns

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Tiny Newborn Size

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Panda Facts Size

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Not Strict Vegetarians

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Rodents Fawns

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Large Molars

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Carnivore Vs Herbivore Digestion

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Foraging Eating

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Unique Sitting

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Pseudo Thumb Wrist

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Bamboo Consumption

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Resting Sleeping

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Hibernation

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Climbing Swimming

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Mountain Climbing

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Pliocene Epoch

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Western Discovery

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Hunt Roosevelt

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Urine Needles

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Dangerous

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Loners

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Raccoon Relative

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Panda Facts Coat

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Panda Endangered

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Extinction

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Small Conception Window

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Mating Assistance

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Bifengxia

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Wolong Center

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Body Suits

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Disguises Cubs

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Total Population Increase

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Nature Reserves

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19 Astounding Facts And Rare Images From The Very First Super Bowl

In a few weeks, well over 100 million Americans will spend well over 10 billion dollars on food, drink, merchandise, and more in preparation for Super Bowl 50. In the host city of San Francisco alone, more than 1 million people will participate in Super Bowl Week events. Commercial advertisers will spend far more money per second than the average American family earns in a year. World-famous entertainers will take the stage. Tiffany & Co. will unveil the 33-pound, 18 karat gold-plated trophy it constructed for the winning team. And, finally, 60 minutes of football will be played.

When the first Super Bowl was played, in 1967, it had far more to do with those 60 minutes and less to do with everything else. These astounding Super Bowl I facts and rare images reveal how unbelievably different things were just a few decades ago.

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Super Bowl I Facts Name

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Super Bowl I Facts Planning

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Unsold Seats

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Tv Blackout

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First Super Bowl Facts Networks

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Super Bowl Ratings Rivalry

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Harlem Globetrotters

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Commercial Airtime Cost

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Total Television Viewers

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Ticket Prices Comparison

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Different Balls

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Max Mcgee Touchdown

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Halftime Balloons

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Kickoff Halftime

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Tape Wipe

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Pennsylvania Tape

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Tape Price

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Tape Price Commercial Airtime

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Tape Reconstructed

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The Biggest Anti-Immigrant Myths — And The Facts

In times of crisis, people tend to look toward immigrants as the source of their problems — here are the facts to debunk today’s most pervasive anti-immigrant myths.

Migration Myths Hard Workers

Taken during the immigration march on May 1st, 2007 in San Diego, California. Image Source: Flickr/Michael Righi

As the race for the Republican Party presidential nomination speeds up, one topic has consistently reverberated across TV and online news channels: migration. From Donald Trump’s plan to build a wall across the entire U.S.-Mexico border (and make Mexico pay for it) to the slew of conservative politicians motioning to keep Syrian refugees out of the U.S., it’s clear that migration is a subject in which rhetoric can wander far from reality. Here are six migration myths being pushed by public figures, and why they are just plain wrong:

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21 Amazing Things To Be Thankful For This Year

Bad news has a tendency to swallow us whole, and 2015 has seen a lot of it. It’s enough to make anyone think that the world is headed toward collapse, but the truth is that a lot of good stuff has happened, too. As 2015 comes to a close, here are just some of the discoveries, innovations and leaps of cultural progress that happened this year, all of which will remind you that as dark as the world may seem, it’s also imbued with warmth, light and hope for the future:

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