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Female Giant Panda cub Bao Bao.

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Female Giant Panda cub Bao Bao.

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Giant Panda RiRi at the Ueno Zoo in Tokyo / 東京都上野動物園 t

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Giant Panda RiRi at the Ueno Zoo in Tokyo / 東京都上野動物園 t

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Giant Panda Mei Huan at Zoo Atlanta on April 16, 2014

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Giant Panda Mei Huan at Zoo Atlanta on April 16, 2014

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Tian Tian, male giant panda at Smithsonian National Zoo on April 3, 2014

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Tian Tian, male giant panda at Smithsonian National Zoo on April 3, 2014

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Giant Panda Bao Bao at the National Zoo.

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Giant Panda Bao Bao at the National Zoo.

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Giant Panda Breeding Season Update:
The Royal Zoological Society of Scotland (RZSS) can confirm that artificial insemination was carried out on female giant panda Tian Tian on the afternoon of Sunday 13 April. Introductions between the pair were attempted but unsuccessful. Read more

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Giant Panda Breeding Season Update:

The Royal Zoological Society of Scotland (RZSS) can confirm that artificial insemination was carried out on female giant panda Tian Tian on the afternoon of Sunday 13 April. Introductions between the pair were attempted but unsuccessful. Read more

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Twins Mei Lun and Mei Huan at Zoo Atlanta in Georgia, US, on April 11, 2014.© Zoo Atlanta

Tuesday, April 15The twins are 9 months old! This is hard for me to believe. The first few weeks of their lives went very slowly because we watched them every minute. But the last few months have flown by. They are now halfway through their period of dependency on their mother. In the next few months, their interest in solid foods will increase. A big change will come when they are about 13 months old. At that age, they will have their permanent teeth, and they will begin feeding on significant amounts of bamboo. They will still nurse but their dependency on Lun Lun’s milk will lessen until they are ready for weaning at 18 months of age. That means they are halfway through their time as cubs. After they are weaned from Lun Lun, they will be referred to as subadults until they are reproductively mature. That will occur at 3.5 to 4.5 years of age. We still have plenty of time to enjoy watching the twins with Lun Lun, but I’m sure the time will pass quickly.
Rebecca Snyder, PhD
Curator of Mammals

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Twins Mei Lun and Mei Huan at Zoo Atlanta in Georgia, US, on April 11, 2014.

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Tuesday, April 15
The twins are 9 months old! This is hard for me to believe. The first few weeks of their lives went very slowly because we watched them every minute. But the last few months have flown by. They are now halfway through their period of dependency on their mother. In the next few months, their interest in solid foods will increase. A big change will come when they are about 13 months old. At that age, they will have their permanent teeth, and they will begin feeding on significant amounts of bamboo. They will still nurse but their dependency on Lun Lun’s milk will lessen until they are ready for weaning at 18 months of age. That means they are halfway through their time as cubs. After they are weaned from Lun Lun, they will be referred to as subadults until they are reproductively mature. That will occur at 3.5 to 4.5 years of age. We still have plenty of time to enjoy watching the twins with Lun Lun, but I’m sure the time will pass quickly.
Rebecca Snyder, PhD
Curator of Mammals

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Xiao Liwu at the San Diego Zoo in California, US."What has our panda cub been up to, now that he’s been on his own for a few weeks? Keeper Jennifer Becerra filled me in on all things ‘Wu’ and I’m eager to share what I learned with Xiao Liwu’s many fans!Jennifer says Xiao Liwu, now 20 months old, is doing quite well. He is not as playful as his older siblings have been and instead has become a bamboo-eating machine. Now weighing 70.5 pounds (32 kilograms), ‘Mr. Wu’ eats about 22 pounds (10 kilograms) of bamboo each day—a lot for a little bear! Shunning most non-bamboo food items, he is developing a taste for Fuji apple slices and applesauce. Lately, keepers have been blending steamed carrots, yams, applesauce, and banana-flavored biscuits into a mush for him. They serve the concoction in a metal pan, which you may have seen in his enclosure.Read More.”© San Diego Zoo

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Xiao Liwu at the San Diego Zoo in California, US.

"What has our panda cub been up to, now that he’s been on his own for a few weeks? Keeper Jennifer Becerra filled me in on all things ‘Wu’ and I’m eager to share what I learned with Xiao Liwu’s many fans!

Jennifer says Xiao Liwu, now 20 months old, is doing quite well. He is not as playful as his older siblings have been and instead has become a bamboo-eating machine. Now weighing 70.5 pounds (32 kilograms), ‘Mr. Wu’ eats about 22 pounds (10 kilograms) of bamboo each day—a lot for a little bear! Shunning most non-bamboo food items, he is developing a taste for Fuji apple slices and applesauce. Lately, keepers have been blending steamed carrots, yams, applesauce, and banana-flavored biscuits into a mush for him. They serve the concoction in a metal pan, which you may have seen in his enclosure.

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Giant Panda at Zoo Atlanta on March 20, 2014

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Giant Panda at Zoo Atlanta on March 20, 2014

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Pandamonium!

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Giant Panda RiRi from the Ueno Zoo on April 9, 2014

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Giant Panda RiRi from the Ueno Zoo on April 9, 2014

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Baby pandas drinking from bottle by sharky-san

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