Environment: Pandas for Preservation

Pandas are popping up in the unlikeliest places, and so are polar bears, tigers, alligators, orangutans and dozens of other endangered species. They are seen on the fronts of men's ties, on the backs of women's slacks and peering from inside snuffboxes. The animal images are part of an expanding program by the U.S. branch of the World Wildlife Fund to raise money to study and set up preserves for species that are threatened with extinction. In return for a percentage of profits on products depicting these creatures, the fund has made deals...

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