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    More: Obvious, Giant Panda, Carnivora, high-contrast pattern of giant pandas, comparative analysis, giant panda, Prof Tim Caro of Bristol, Endangered species, University of Bristol  
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2021-10-28 1:49:11 PM  
The high-contrast pattern of giant pandas helps them blend in with their natural environment.
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/is there a panda in that pic? I can't tell
 
2021-10-28 5:25:16 PM  
Camouflage from/for what? They have no predators and they only eat plants.
 
2021-10-28 10:49:07 PM  
They live where it's green and brown. How does black and white camouflage them?
 
2021-10-29 6:36:32 PM  
Countershading.  What a concept
 
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