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|Alternate Names/Spellings||(pl) Pandae, Pandai|
|Element||Air/Wind/Sky, Earth, Sound|
The Panda is one of a race with origins in Greek and Roman mythology, legend and folklore. Specifically, accounts of their existence first arose in Natural History (a work written by Pliny the Elder) and The Indica (written by Ctesias).
The Pandos appears with significantly large ears which they sometimes use as clokes or to help them fly. Each one is trained at birth every skill known to man. These creatures are extremely agile and clever. The word pandai means clever.