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Someone has taken the Find The Panda puzzle to a whole new level


'Panda Watch Day five'.

Ever since ‘Find The Panda’ puzzles recently took the Internet by storm, we've attempted to pick the blighters out from catssnowmen and now, thanks to Tracy Lynn Heightchew, a vintage 1978 Junior Achievers Conference in Bloomington, USA. Not exactly known for its panda population. 

Which might just have you spending Ron Burgundy amounts of time waiting for one of the furry beasts to emerge. Because it's difficult. Really difficult.

This really is some next level panda finding - good luck.




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