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Why Pandas are Black and White.

Arlington, Texas

A lot of animals lived in earth before humans did. One of the prettiest ones were the pandas. They were white as snow. Luke and Marc were the twin brothers, they were pandas as well. They lived in the forest with their friends. Lion Pete was very strong, but he always got scared easily with pranks. This made Luke and Marc prank Pete.

The next day Pete was laying down taking a nap, then Marc and Luke exploded a trash bag on his ear and he jumped and run, he was so scared that he even jumped in the water.

Marc and Luke couldn't stop laughing at him, they thought it was hilarious! Pete was furious! He told them "You think this is funny? I could of got a heart attack, this is serious!" Marc and Luke didn't apologize at all and just went home.

Pete had a great idea to get them back. It was a windy night, and his friend Jay gave him a magic black marker to make them learn their lesson. Pete took the marker and went to their house. He sneaked in and used the marker on their body. First he put some around their eyes, then he thought it was so funny that he continued. He did all their legs, arms and ears. The next morning he read the marker, it said it was a permanent marker.

Marc and Luke went to the lake to take a shower, when they saw the reflection of their body it was half white and half black! They started screaming and went to Pete's house. Pete said it was payback but never thought the marker wouldn't go away. The next pandas that were born were just like Marc and Luke, black and white.
And that's why pandas are black and white.

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