Panda fanatic savors final days with Tai Shan
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Panda fanatic savors final days with Tai Shan

For four years, since right after Tai Shan was born, Frances Nguyen has been one of the panda's most zealous fans -- entranced, mesmerized, fascinated by his life, and how it illuminated hers. (Mike Ruane/Edited by Jason Aldag/The Washington Post)

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