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Tai Shan being sent to China

The National Zoo announces that its popular panda cub, Tai Shan, will be sent to China at the beginning of 2010.

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Goodbye to Tai Shan
| Brandie Smith, senior curator at the National Zoo, discusses the departure of Washington's beloved adolescent giant panda, Tai Shan, who is being sent to China.
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Mark your calendar: Panda's departure set.
Article | After four years, six months and four weeks as the National Zoo's reigning prince of bears, Tai Shan, Washington's beloved giant panda, will leave the place of his birth Feb. 4, Smithsonian Institution officials said Monday.
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Zoo announces goodbye party for panda Tai Shan
Article | The Friends of the National Zoo announced Thursday that it will host a "Farewell to Tai Shan" party at the zoo Jan. 30 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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Keeping tabs on female panda's possible pregnancy
Video | National Zoo keepers use the vaginal cytology slide to monitor female panda Mei Xiang's cycle in attempt to get clues on her possible pregnancy.

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