My Pandas

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THE DIAMOND JUBILEE CELEBRATIONS163 views
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The Queen and Prince Philip's 65th wedding anniversary162 views
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'And the Band Played On!'161 views
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The Queen's traditional balcony appearance161 views
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The Opening Ceremony of the Olympics161 views
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THE 2012 CHELSEA FLOWER SHOW159 views
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The US Presidential Election159 views
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159 viewsMale pandas, whether living in the wild or in captivity, aren't involved in the care of their cubs nor do they even get to meet them. The only exception is the male in this happy family group who appears to realise the significance of what's being recorded for posterity in this portrait specially commissioned for Father's Day!
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158 viewsOn 2nd June 1953, a day described by Winston Churchill as ‘happy and glorious’, Queen Elizabeth II was crowned in Westminster Abbey. Although meteorologists had forecast warm and sunny weather, the day dawned grey and wet, however nothing could dampen the spirits of the 30,000 people who had braved the elements by camping overnight in The Mall to stake their claim to the best vantage points. There was further cause for celebration that morning when the news broke that Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tenzing had become the first men to conquer Mount Everest – the one Coronation gift that money couldn’t buy.
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