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Giant Panda Has a Blast Playing in Snow

PUBLISHED Wed, December 20, 2017 - 6:41pm EST

Giant Panda Has a Blast Playing in Snow Da Mao is a giant panda that lives at the Toronto Zoo in Canada. Pandas are used to living in high altitude so they're used to playing in the snow. Have you seen anything this cute?

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