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  • Beschreibung/Description: Ailurus fulgens auch Roter Panda, Kleiner Panda oder Katzenbär genannt, im Aachener Zoo, Sommer 2002. Ailurus fulgens or Red Panda in Aachen Zoo, Germany, summer 2002
  • Quelle/Source: User:Brunswyk, gescannt Januar 2006
  • Datum/Date: Analogfoto vom Sommer 2002, Scann vom Januar 2006 durch User:Brunswyk. Analogue photo taken in summer 2002, scanned in January 2006.
  • Urheber/Author: User:Brunswyk
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