It is common on zoochat to dislike pandas, or think they are overrated, and admittedly not without reason, mainly because of panda diplomacy and huge costs, and that they are just big balls of black and white that sleep. I enjoyed seeing pandas for the first time, but it was just that, seeing them just sitting in a hammock. However, especially among the general public, Giant Pandas are a major draw. In my mind, Giant Pandas have much the same role as least concern ABC animals- they bring in the crowds despite the funds being more important elsewhere, but their reason for being there is that they bring in funds. I don't think that pandas should be completely absent from North American/ European collections, and I belive some zoos can greatly gain from the attendance and awareness boosts the bears give them. So what zoos could benefit from having Giant Pandas? Or do you think none of them should?