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Panda Poo to Generate Electric Power in French Zoo

April 11, 2013 / No Comments

There are only as few as about 1900 pandas remaining on Planet Earth. Among them around 1600 live in natural habitats of China and almost 300 other are fostered in captivation, a majority in Chinese Zoos. Among the zoo dwellers, 15 of them are residing in foreign zoos transferred from China to other countries as the part of their Panda ...

When You Need Hope – Baby Panda Twins

November 14, 2008 / No Comments

My wife and I have a new baby at home. Mia. She will be 10 months old in a week or so. She is pleasant and smiles delightfully every morning as if she is so happy to be alive. What a joy to see her each day. In a word, she reminds me there is hope for the world. Of ...

Atlanta Zoo Adds to Panda Boom

September 1, 2008 / No Comments

Pandas may be in short supply in Sichuan, China, where they come from. Earthquakes may be chasing them about and such. But, elsewhere, Pandas are making a comeback ... well, sorta. The first panda born in the US this year was born in the Atlanta Zoo. The little sex-to-be-determined critter's sister, Mei Lan, is a couple weeks shy of her second birthday. Zookeepers are ...

Japanese Zoo Sees Birth of Giant Panda Cub by Artificial Insemination

August 28, 2008 / No Comments

A Giant Panda gave birth to a cub in Japan at the Oji Zoo. It was the first time in 20 years that a panda cub was successfully bred by artificial insemination. Two experts came from China's Sichuan province to help with the procedure. Apparently the sexy panda videos didn't work. The last panda bred by artificial insemination in Japan was ...

China Turns Pandas into Olympic Ambassadors

July 29, 2008 / No Comments

If you build it they will come. If you stage them, they will come. If you put the pandas on display, they will come.  Beijing has brought 8 Giant Pandas to the city and put them on display for Olympic visitors and elsewise. Since June 5th, more than 1 million people have come to see the ambassadors for sport, the ...

First Pandas Born After Devastating Chinese Earthquake

July 8, 2008 / 9 Comments

Twelve-year-old giant panda, Guo Guo, who was relocated after May's devastating earthquake in the Sichuan province of China gave birth to twin cubs on Sunday. She became the first panda to bear cubs since the disaster and the first to give birth around the globe this year. The elder of the two small pandas weighs only 170grams. Guo Guo was ...