Giant Panda ‘believed’ To Be Pregnant At Edinburgh Zoo
A giant panda at a Scottish zoo appears to be finally pregnant after months of dashed hopes and anticipation. Edinburgh Zoo said Tuesday that the latest scientific data it has suggests that Tian Tian — Chinese for “Sweetie” — has conceived following artificial insemination in April, and may give birth at the end of the month. Iain Valentine, of the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland, said “This is all very new and complex science and we still have a bit of time to go yet–as like last year, the late loss of a cub remains entirely possible.”
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