Rare 'panda cow' born in Colorado
January 3, 2011 | 13 comments
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An extremely rare 'panda cow' born in Larimer County is believed to be one of only 24 in the world.
The calf is the product of genetic manipulation and was bred as a pet, with a white belt around its middle and black circles around its eyes while for all intents and purposes it is a cow its markings mean that it also visibly resembles a panda.
The so-called "panda cow" born in Larimer County is thought to be one of only about 24 in the world. The male calf named Ben was born Friday morning, according to The (Loveland) Reporter-Heralrd. His mother is a Lowline Angus cow while his father, Donovan, is a panda bull on the farm.
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