Keeping tabs on female panda's possible pregnancy
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Keeping tabs on female panda's possible pregnancy

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. (Anna Uhls/The Washington Post)

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