Panda Cow Named Peanut Born On A Farm In Washington (PHOTOS)
Geege Schuman stashed this in Adorbs
"Peanut," a miniature Panda cow, grazes Thursday, July 18, 2013, on the farm of John Bartheld in Roy, Wash. Bartheld has been breeding miniature cows on his farm for seven years, hoping to recreate black and white markings in the pattern of a panda to make a “panda cow.” He succeeded on June 28, 2013 when Peanut was born. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)
Miniature PLUS Panda PLUS Cow!!!!!!!
Omg that's amazing
:) Panda milk!
They look sorta fat
Well no wonder! The mother Panda "supplies the baby with high-fat milk that’s loaded with antibodies that help the baby panda’s developing immune system. Babies will nurse anywhere form 6 to 12 times per day in their first two weeks of life."