Panda fanatics say one last goodbye to Tai Shan
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Panda fanatics say one last goodbye to Tai Shan

On the last full day Tai Shan will be at the National Zoo in Washington, D.C., the panda's most ardent followers give emotional farewells to an animal that they say has provided companionship and comfort. (Anna Uhls/The Washington Post)

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