Scientists Discover Amazing Flying Pandas in Hidden Bamboo Forest
EarthCam Shares Astonishing Discovery Live In Exclusive One Day Webcast
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
New York, March 31, 2009 -- EarthCam (www.earthcam.com), the world’s leading webcam network, will treat its 200,000 unique daily visitors to astounding live views of a giant panda in flight over a bamboo forest in Nuzher Xee Province, China.
According to the popular international webcam site, the isolated Nuzher Xee Province, primarily known for its thousands of acres of bamboo and bamboo wine refineries, has yielded a spectacular species of giant airborne pandas. Dr. Abril Engana, a world famous evolution expert, chose to reveal the astounding discovery on April 1st using his webcam to verify his discovery live to skeptical scientists worldwide.
Full details about the evolutionary phenomenon, as well as the live views, will be available on April 1st only at http://www.earthcam.com/china/nuzherxee/panda/.
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