In most scientific papers, researchers represent their data in typical but boring tables, graphics and figures. But there are exceptions. This distressing though hilarious “comic” demonstrates how the remains of giant pandas accumulated in a sinkhole on Jiangdong Mountain (Yunnan, China).
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Jablonskia, NG, Xuepingb, J, Hongc, L, Zhengd, L, Flynne, LJ, & Zhicaif, L (2012). Remains of Holocene giant pandas from Jiangdong Mountain (Yunnan, China) and their relevance to the evolution of quaternary environments in south-western China. Historical Biology: An International Journal of Paleobiology, 24 (5) DOI: 10.1080/08912963.2011.640400