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Giant panda parents Tuan Tuan and Yuan Yuan look through a hole in their enclosure at a zoologist holding their baby son, Yuan Zai, in Taipei Zoo.  Picture: REX FEATURES.  

Giant panda parents Tuan Tuan and Yuan Yuan look through a hole in their enclosure at a zoologist holding their baby son, Yuan Zai, in Taipei Zoo.  Picture: REX FEATURES.  

A baby panda, the first born in Taiwan, is checked by staff at Taipei Zoo  Picture: AFP/GETTY IMAGES

A baby panda, the first born in Taiwan, is checked by staff at Taipei Zoo  Picture: AFP/GETTY IMAGES

Female giant panda Yuan Yuan is photographed for the first time holding her female cub at the Taipei Zoo in Taipei, Taiwan  Picture: AP

Female giant panda Yuan Yuan is photographed for the first time holding her female cub at the Taipei Zoo in Taipei, Taiwan  Picture: AP

The new-born panda cub at Taipei City Zoo. The cub, the first panda born in Taiwan, was delivered on July 7 following a series of artificial insemination sessions after her parents, Yuan Yuan and her partner Tuan Tuan, failed to conceive naturally.  Picture: AFP PHOTO / Taipei City Zoo

The new-born panda cub at Taipei City Zoo. The cub, the first panda born in Taiwan, was delivered on July 7 following a series of artificial insemination sessions after her parents, Yuan Yuan and her partner Tuan Tuan, failed to conceive naturally.  Picture: AFP PHOTO / Taipei City Zoo

He’s Got the Look. Photo by WisteriaLane

He’s Got the Look. Photo by WisteriaLane

Four giant pandas take time out from their busy day to relax in the branches of a tree at the Wolong Giant Panda Breeding Centre in the Sichuan Province, China.  Picture: E. Baccega/Arco/Solent

Four giant pandas take time out from their busy day to relax in the branches of a tree at the Wolong Giant Panda Breeding Centre in the Sichuan Province, China.  Picture: E. Baccega/Arco/Solent

Male panda Yang Guang at Edinburgh Zoo eats bamboo inside his enclosure. Zoo experts can now say that the giant pandas Tian Tian and Yang Guang are likely to meet for the breeding season imminently.  Picture: Getty Images

Male panda Yang Guang at Edinburgh Zoo eats bamboo inside his enclosure. Zoo experts can now say that the giant pandas Tian Tian and Yang Guang are likely to meet for the breeding season imminently.  Picture: Getty Images

A panda cub is photographed as it rests in an incubator at Taipei Zoo in Taiwan.  Picture: REX FEATURES

A panda cub is photographed as it rests in an incubator at Taipei Zoo in Taiwan.  Picture: REX FEATURES

Xiao Liwu, the youngest member of the panda family at the San Diego Zoo, got to play in the snow for the first time. The seven-month-old cub explored his snowy exhibit and had fun climbing all over mom Bai Yun. More than 15 tons of fresh snow was blown into the panda’s exhibit as part of an enrichment surprise for the pandas  .Picture: REUTERS/San Diego Zoo/Ken Bohn

Xiao Liwu, the youngest member of the panda family at the San Diego Zoo, got to play in the snow for the first time. The seven-month-old cub explored his snowy exhibit and had fun climbing all over mom Bai Yun. More than 15 tons of fresh snow was blown into the panda’s exhibit as part of an enrichment surprise for the pandas  .Picture: REUTERS/San Diego Zoo/Ken Bohn

Female giant panda Shin Shin eats bamboo in her enclosure at Tokyo’s Ueno zoo. Shin Shin and her mate Ri Ri were confirmed to have mated in March, and now Shin Shin’s hormone levels suggest she may be pregnant.  .Picture: YOSHIKAZU TSUNO/AFP/Getty Images

Female giant panda Shin Shin eats bamboo in her enclosure at Tokyo’s Ueno zoo. Shin Shin and her mate Ri Ri were confirmed to have mated in March, and now Shin Shin’s hormone levels suggest she may be pregnant.  .Picture: YOSHIKAZU TSUNO/AFP/Getty Images

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Giant panda at San Diego Zoo (Travel for Kids)

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Giant panda at San Diego Zoo (Travel for Kids)

Panda sleeps in a tree at the Panda Valley Park in Dujiangyan, Sichuan Province, China.  Picture: Quirky China News / Rex Features

Panda sleeps in a tree at the Panda Valley Park in Dujiangyan, Sichuan Province, China.  Picture: Quirky China News / Rex Features