Why, for example, are pandas black and white? The authors of a new study on the panda think they might have the answer: Panda patterns serve as a combination of communication and camouflage, a group of biologists wrote recently in the journal Behavioral Ecology.
"Why Are Pandas Black and White? California Biologists Have a New Theory." is from the March 06, 2017 Heath & Science section of The Washington Post. It was written by Ben Guarino and narrated by Jenny Hoops.