Video: Panda fans visit Tai Shan in China
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Video: Panda fans visit Tai Shan in China

Christie Harper of Derwood, Md. traveled with a group of women to China to visit Tai Shan, who left the National Zoo in February. The women were allowed to feed, touch and even clean up after him. (William Wan/Edited by Francine Uenuma/The Washington Post)

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