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    panda anatomy

    hey, does someone have an image of a giant panda's anatomy? i specially want to know if the hind legs bend like ours or like the other animals. did you know bear's hind legs bend like ours? that is twisted.

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    Try Google next time...



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    whoa

    wow, thanks a lot, i tried but only a few pages, i have to be more insistent.

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    internet rocks!

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    I thought there were gonna be lots of furry cute pictures here.
    Alas, I am only greeted by it's soulless remains. *sheds a single tear*

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    I really always wondered what panda's look like on the inside. And lo an behold! Once again a fellow CA'er comes to the rescue! God, i love this place.

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    Who registers at an art site, names himself after a game like that and continues to asks how pandas look before doing anything else?

    mmm, this too big a mystery for me, we'll have to call in the Hardly Boys .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Counterstryke
    i specially want to know if the hind legs bend like ours or like the other animals.
    Yo, dude. All animals with internal skeletons have legs that "bend like ours". Take a cat for example. That backwards-pointing "knee" is actually the cat's heel. The real knee is just up a bit higher and hiding under some fur. Humans just happen to be one of the few animals with internal skeletons who walk on their heels. (And it's a design flaw - such a jarring way to walk stresses our knees.) Elephants, horses, birds, etc. all walk on their toes but otherwise have bone arrangements that resemble human bone arrangements.

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    Blue, good on you for helping out. Am I the only one that gets annoyed when folks put forth minimal effort researching reference? The internet is an incredible resource. I'm convinced that you can find anything on google if you put a little effort forth.

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    no.. you're not the only one who gets annoyed by this.. i never spend more than 60 seconds searching for a ref on google. its the library of the gods, but most people would rather windowshop than get a library card.. - JAG

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seedling
    Humans just happen to be one of the few animals with internal skeletons who walk on their heels.
    Even when not wearing shoes? I only walk on my heels when wearing shoes. I have flat feet and so I find it much more comfortable to walk on the pads of my feet and. Resting or on unstable ground, etc. I go onto the heel.

    Can we get one of the gooder artists here to take the panda skeleton and flesh it out into some sort of vicious predator?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brendan N
    mmm, this too big a mystery for me, we'll have to call in the Hardly Boys
    ...i've got such a raging clue right now hahahahaha
    *ahem* anyway, also try Flickr - i seem to find lots of good refs on there (dont know about panda anatomy thought)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhynome
    Even when not wearing shoes? I only walk on my heels when wearing shoes. I have flat feet and so I find it much more comfortable to walk on the pads of my feet and. Resting or on unstable ground, etc. I go onto the heel.
    Try taping pebbles to your heels sometime and going for a mile-long walk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seedling
    Try taping pebbles to your heels sometime and going for a mile-long walk.
    That would hurt so bad! I'm not doing that, nono!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAG.
    no.. you're not the only one who gets annoyed by this.. i never spend more than 60 seconds searching for a ref on google. its the library of the gods, but most people would rather windowshop than get a library card.. - JAG

    then you havent tried searching Pbase.com its a popular image hosting site that you have to pay for so its mostly serious photographers. im not trying to adversise it for its hosting features but its the cats ass for looking up refrence photos.

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