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National Zoo pandas to stay put for 5 more years

The National Zoo has reached a new agreement with China that extends the stay of its two giant pandas for five more years, reviving hope that Washington might get to see another panda cub.

 
 

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Male panda Tian Tian feasts on apples and pears in frozen apple juice molded in a bundt pan. An agreement was signed Thursday at the National Zoo extending the stay of the two giant pandas for another five years.


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