A Chinese veterinarian has performed an artificial insemination on the National Zoo’s female giant panda, Mei Xiang.
Sadness at Washington’s National Zoo. The baby panda died Sunday.
A giant panda cub born last weekend at the National Zoo in Washington has died.
There’s a special arrival at the National Zoo in Washington. The giant panda gave birth Sunday night to the surprise and delight of the panda team, which has been trying to make this happen for the past six years.
The National Zoo says it’s watching its female giant panda Mei Xiang (may-SHONG) closely for a possible pregnancy.
An expert from China and scientists at the National Zoo are attempting to artificially inseminate the zoo’s female giant panda Mei Xiang.
The National Zoo is celebrating 40 years of pandas.
Teams of panda fans are keeping a 24-hour-a-day watch on the National Zoo’s giant panda, Mei Xiang to see if she might give birth.
Scientists at the National Zoo say they have detected a rise in hormone levels in the female giant panda, Mei Xiang that could indicate the panda may give birth or end a false pregnancy by early July.
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