Washington’s Panda Cub Makes National Zoo Debut
The nation’s capital gained a new star on Saturday when the National Zoo’s 4-month-old panda bear cub made her debut to long lines of visitors. The panda cub, Bao Bao, went on exhibit at the Giant Bear Habitat, accompanied by her mother, Mei Xiang, said zoo spokeswoman Annalisa Meyer. She’s sleeping right now, she’s doing what pandas do,” she said. There are only about 1,600 pandas known to be living in the wild and some 300 in captivity, mostly in China.
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