Wednesday, June 06, 2007

Attention trouble makers

There are only about 1,600 wild pandas in the mountain forests of central China, the only place in the world they are found, and more than 180 live in captivity.

Pandas are threatened by loss of habitat, poaching and a low reproduction rate. Females in the wild typically have a cub once every two to three years.

Next time you are out in the jungles of China and stumble upon a wild panda bear don't try to poach it. If you are thinking about selling it beautiful coat to some Chinese aristocrat, don't! because after you do i will come after you and sell your skin to marine biologists.


blythe said...

not the pandas! i love them so.

Matt Jensen said...

I scanned it.

Matt Jensen said...

I just noticed that the Panda you have pictured has a tranquilizer dart in his side. He's just asking to get poached.