A girl holds up tea leaves collected from a plantation fertilized with panda droppings in China’s Sichuan province, Saturday March 17, 2012. The tons of excrement come from panda bears living at nearby breeding centers. Businessman An Yanshi wants to sell 21 commemorative sets packaged with 50 grams of the tea, panda themed tea sets and his own art works for the price of around 22,000 yuan, or $3,500. Individual cups of tea will cost $200.
Employees collect tea leaves fertilized by panda droppings during a media event at a tea farm in Ya’an.
Businessman An Yanshi, right, stands on a truckload of panda droppings collected to be used as fertilizer for his tea farm.
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