The Western public considers tigers the most charismatic species of megafauna, leopards the most beautiful, and pandas the rarest; zebras are the species whose charisma depends most heavily on their beauty, and great white sharks are the one species nobody considers cute. | Harper's Magazine

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The Western public considers tigers the most charismatic species of megafauna, leopards the most beautiful, and pandas the rarest; zebras are the species whose charisma depends most heavily on their beauty, and great white sharks are the one species nobody considers cute.

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The Western public considers tigers the most charismatic species of megafauna, leopards the most beautiful, and pandas the rarest; zebras are the species whose charisma depends most heavily on their beauty, and great white sharks are the one species nobody considers cute.

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