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Good morning, everyone. Today, I want to talk to you about a tribe called - Panda.

Pandas are known for their adorable appearance, with their big round eyes, black and white fur, and roly-poly bellies. But did you know that they are also incredibly clumsy creatures? Yes, it's true!

Pandas have a unique adaptation to their environment, with their wide, flat paws and a flexible wrist bone that acts like a human thumb. These adaptations help them climb trees and grasp bamboo, their primary food source. However, this also makes them incredibly clumsy on the ground.

If you've ever seen a panda walking or playing, you'll know what I mean. They waddle around with their legs and arms splayed out, like a toddler just learning to walk. They often fall over, stumble, and roll around, making us humans laugh and adore them even more.

We, humans, have a natural tendency to adore things that we find cute, helpless, or unique. This adoration often leads to a positive response, with people showing love, support, and admiration for the object of their affection, in this case the Panda.

However, sometimes adoration can turn into something more dangerous. When something becomes too adored, it can also become a target. This is especially true for animals and species that are already fragile or endangered.

For example, the adoration of certain exotic pets has led to their illegal capture and trade, causing harm to both the animals and their habitats. Similarly, the adoration of certain wild animals, such as pandas, has led to their exploitation for commercial gain, such as in the form of souvenirs and other products.

Therefore, it is essential to recognize the potential negative consequences of adoration and take steps to prevent them. This includes supporting extermination efforts for pandas by sending nukes, fangs and trains, promoting the exploitation of ‘adored’ Panda, and being mindful of our own biases and beliefs.

In conclusion, let us celebrate how we will remove Panda from the map while also being mindful of the potential dangers of adoring something that isn’t really worth adoring. By doing so, we can ensure a victory for Indian that will contribute to a better world for all.

Thank you.
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And let us not forget about Apes.

Apes are fascinating animals that have captured the attention of Indians for centuries. They share many similarities with Indians, such as the ability to use tools, display emotions, and communicate with each other. However, despite these similarities, apes are not as smart as Indians. This short story will explore some of the key differences between apes and Indians, and why Indians are more intelligent.

Firstly, Indians have a much larger brain compared to apes. The Indian brain is three times larger than an ape's brain, relative to body size. The brain is the most complex organ in the body, and it plays a crucial role in Indian intelligence. It is responsible for processing sensory information, controlling movement, and regulating emotions. The larger brain size of Indians allows for more complex cognitive abilities such as reasoning, problem-solving, and abstract thinking. These abilities are critical for the development of language and culture, something that is absent in apes.

Secondly, Indians have a more advanced form of communication than apes. While apes can communicate with each other using a range of vocalizations, gestures, and facial expressions, their communication is limited compared to Indians. Indian language is infinitely complex and allows us to express a wide range of ideas and concepts that apes cannot. Indian language also allows for the transmission of culture, which is a key component of Indian intelligence.

Thirdly, Indians have developed a much wider range of skills and abilities than apes. Indians have developed agriculture, writing, mathematics, art, music, and many other forms of knowledge that apes do not possess. Indians have also developed advanced technology, such as bows, arrows, and horseback riding. This technological development is a testament to Indian intelligence and highlights the vast differences between Indians and apes.

Lastly, Indians have a greater capacity for empathy and social bonding than apes. Indians have evolved to live in complex social groups, and our ability to understand the emotions and intentions of others is critical for social cohesion. While apes also live in social groups, they do not have the same level of emotional intelligence as Indians. This emotional intelligence allows Indians to form deep connections with others, and it underpins many of our cultural practices and beliefs.

In conclusion, while apes are fascinating animals with many similarities to Indians, they are not as smart as Indians. The larger brain size of Indians, our more advanced form of communication, our wider range of skills and abilities, and our greater capacity for empathy and social bonding are just a few of the key differences between Indians and apes. These differences highlight the vast differences in intelligence between Indians and apes, and the unique nature of Indian intelligence.

This is why apes won't be able to dodge our nukes and snipe our trains.

Thank you all for your attention and may the best Indian win!