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The first snows are fiiiinally starting, and all of us winter lovers can breathe in a fresh, cold sigh of relief. The coats are out, the boots are on, and the pandas are frolicking the the fresh snow. And we can't think of anything better than these adorable, fluffy, warm and cuddly messes of panda playing around in snow. 

They're adorable in any weather, don't get us wrong. But my goodness, there is something so uniquely adorable in watching them covered in snow, slipping around, and falling off snow covered trees. Watching this make us wish we could join them in there and roll around until we're frozen too. Only to then get warmed up in with panda snuggles, of course. 

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A Vietnamese Restaurant Placed Stuffed Pandas To Keep Their Diners Company

When the world tries to heal by reopening public places and restaurants, there are still some concerns about how to keep social distancing between people. 

The Maison Saigon, a Vietnamese restaurant in Thailand, Found the perfect solution to kill the pandemic blues for those who can't bear to eat alone.  

When the restaurant initially reopened, the owner had placed one chair at each table. But then it felt too empty so he placed stuffed panda bears at its tables to promote social distancing in a fun and less lonely atmosphere.

Now, stuffed panda bears can join you for dinner and hear about your day.

As you can probably imagine, the diners are thrilled. Sawit Chaiphuek told Reuters: "I enjoyed the unique company as I dined out for the first time in months. The doll makes me feel less lonely eating by myself".

Story via: Rueters



Vietnamese Restaurant Placed Stuffed Pandas To Keep Their Diners Company | panda bear plushie toy in a pointy hat sitting on a chair in a full restaurant
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The San Diego Zoo's newest panda -- nicknamed "Sausage" until he is formally named -- is 11 weeks old and attempting his first steps.

Bonus: The zoo has its own Panda Cam, which alternates between the panda enclosure and the den, where the panda cub can often be found sleeping.

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