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(190809) -- BRUGELETTE (BELGIUM), Aug. 9, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Giant panda Xing Hui eats bamboo branches at Pairi Daiza zoo in Brugelette, Belgium, on Aug. 9, 2019. Pairi Daiza, a zoo in Brugelette in west Belgium's Hainaut province, announced on Friday the birth of two panda cubs. The birth of one male cub, 160 grams, and one female cub, 150 grams, comes as no great surprise since mother Hao Hao had been successfully inseminated last April by male companion Xing Hui. (Xinhua/Zhang Cheng)
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(190809) -- BRUGELETTE (BELGIUM), Aug. 9, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Giant panda Xing Hui eats bamboo branches at Pairi Daiza zoo in Brugelette, Belgium, on Aug. 9, 2019. Pairi Daiza, a zoo in Brugelette in west Belgium's Hainaut province, announced on Friday the birth of two panda cubs. The birth of one male cub, 160 grams, and one female cub, 150 grams, comes as no great surprise since mother Hao Hao had been successfully inseminated last April by male companion Xing Hui. (Xinhua/Zhang Cheng)
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(190809) -- BRUGELETTE (BELGIUM), Aug. 9, 2019 (Xinhua) -- The photo taken on Aug. 9, 2019 shows the new-born twin panda cubs at Pairi Daiza zoo in Brugelette, Belgium. Pairi Daiza, a zoo in Brugelette in west Belgium's Hainaut province, announced on Friday the birth of two panda cubs. The birth of one male cub, 160 grams, and one female cub, 150 grams, comes as no great surprise since mother Hao Hao had been successfully inseminated last April by male companion Xing Hui. (Pairi Daiza/Handout via Xinhua)
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(190809) -- BRUGELETTE (BELGIUM), Aug. 9, 2019 (Xinhua) -- The photo taken on Aug. 9, 2019 shows the new-born twin panda cubs at Pairi Daiza zoo in Brugelette, Belgium. Pairi Daiza, a zoo in Brugelette in west Belgium's Hainaut province, announced on Friday the birth of two panda cubs. The birth of one male cub, 160 grams, and one female cub, 150 grams, comes as no great surprise since mother Hao Hao had been successfully inseminated last April by male companion Xing Hui. (Pairi Daiza/Handout via Xinhua)
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(190809) -- BRUGELETTE (BELGIUM), Aug. 9, 2019 (Xinhua) -- The photo taken on Aug. 9, 2019 shows the new-born twin panda cubs at Pairi Daiza zoo in Brugelette, Belgium. Pairi Daiza, a zoo in Brugelette in west Belgium's Hainaut province, announced on Friday the birth of two panda cubs. The birth of one male cub, 160 grams, and one female cub, 150 grams, comes as no great surprise since mother Hao Hao had been successfully inseminated last April by male companion Xing Hui. (Pairi Daiza/Handout via Xinhua)
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(190809) -- BRUGELETTE (BELGIUM), Aug. 9, 2019 (Xinhua) -- The photo taken on Aug. 9, 2019 shows the new-born twin panda cubs at Pairi Daiza zoo in Brugelette, Belgium. Pairi Daiza, a zoo in Brugelette in west Belgium's Hainaut province, announced on Friday the birth of two panda cubs. The birth of one male cub, 160 grams, and one female cub, 150 grams, comes as no great surprise since mother Hao Hao had been successfully inseminated last April by male companion Xing Hui. (Pairi Daiza/Handout via Xinhua)
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(190810) -- BEIJING, Aug. 10, 2019 (Xinhua) -- The photo taken on Aug. 9, 2019 shows the new-born twin panda cubs at Pairi Daiza zoo in Brugelette, Belgium. Pairi Daiza, a zoo in Brugelette in west Belgium's Hainaut province, announced on Friday the birth of two panda cubs. The birth of one male cub, 160 grams, and one female cub, 150 grams, comes as no great surprise since mother Hao Hao had been successfully inseminated last April by male companion Xing Hui. (Pairi Daiza/Handout via Xinhua)
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These stunning images show the first moments of extremely rare giant panda twins. The adorable young mammals were born at Pairi Daiza Zoo, in Belgium. According to officials, giant panda Hao Hao gave birth to two healthy cubs on Thursday August 8. Both cubs ? a boy and a girl - as well as the mom, are said to be "doing great". At approximately 1:26 pm, the boy panda was born first, weighing 160 grams. The cute baby girl followed a couple of hours later, weighing 150 grams. To give the mother a rest, zoo staff are now placing the cubs, one at a time, and feed it with a bottle. "This double birth is marvelous news for this extraordinary species," said Eric Domb, president of the zoo. "We are very proud. The birth of these two babies is a tremendous reward for the huge work carried on every day by all our teams." On a 15-year loan from China, Hao Hao and her mate Xing Hui were feted on their arrival in Belgium in 2014 and quickly became one of the main attractions at Pairi Daiza. Their first baby was born in June 2016 and names Tiao Bao, or "treasure of heaven".??Pairi Daiza now has five pandas in total, together with the twins, dad Xing Hui and brother Tian Bao. 09 Aug 2019 Pictured: Giant panda cubs born at Pairi Daiza zoo. Photo credit: Pairi Daiza / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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These stunning images show the first moments of extremely rare giant panda twins. The adorable young mammals were born at Pairi Daiza Zoo, in Belgium. According to officials, giant panda Hao Hao gave birth to two healthy cubs on Thursday August 8. Both cubs ? a boy and a girl - as well as the mom, are said to be "doing great". At approximately 1:26 pm, the boy panda was born first, weighing 160 grams. The cute baby girl followed a couple of hours later, weighing 150 grams. To give the mother a rest, zoo staff are now placing the cubs, one at a time, and feed it with a bottle. "This double birth is marvelous news for this extraordinary species," said Eric Domb, president of the zoo. "We are very proud. The birth of these two babies is a tremendous reward for the huge work carried on every day by all our teams." On a 15-year loan from China, Hao Hao and her mate Xing Hui were feted on their arrival in Belgium in 2014 and quickly became one of the main attractions at Pairi Daiza. Their first baby was born in June 2016 and names Tiao Bao, or "treasure of heaven".??Pairi Daiza now has five pandas in total, together with the twins, dad Xing Hui and brother Tian Bao. 09 Aug 2019 Pictured: Giant panda cubs born at Pairi Daiza zoo. Photo credit: Pairi Daiza / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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These stunning images show the first moments of extremely rare giant panda twins. The adorable young mammals were born at Pairi Daiza Zoo, in Belgium. According to officials, giant panda Hao Hao gave birth to two healthy cubs on Thursday August 8. Both cubs ? a boy and a girl - as well as the mom, are said to be "doing great". At approximately 1:26 pm, the boy panda was born first, weighing 160 grams. The cute baby girl followed a couple of hours later, weighing 150 grams. To give the mother a rest, zoo staff are now placing the cubs, one at a time, and feed it with a bottle. "This double birth is marvelous news for this extraordinary species," said Eric Domb, president of the zoo. "We are very proud. The birth of these two babies is a tremendous reward for the huge work carried on every day by all our teams." On a 15-year loan from China, Hao Hao and her mate Xing Hui were feted on their arrival in Belgium in 2014 and quickly became one of the main attractions at Pairi Daiza. Their first baby was born in June 2016 and names Tiao Bao, or "treasure of heaven".??Pairi Daiza now has five pandas in total, together with the twins, dad Xing Hui and brother Tian Bao. 09 Aug 2019 Pictured: Giant panda cubs born at Pairi Daiza zoo. Photo credit: Pairi Daiza / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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These stunning images show the first moments of extremely rare giant panda twins. The adorable young mammals were born at Pairi Daiza Zoo, in Belgium. According to officials, giant panda Hao Hao gave birth to two healthy cubs on Thursday August 8. Both cubs ? a boy and a girl - as well as the mom, are said to be "doing great". At approximately 1:26 pm, the boy panda was born first, weighing 160 grams. The cute baby girl followed a couple of hours later, weighing 150 grams. To give the mother a rest, zoo staff are now placing the cubs, one at a time, and feed it with a bottle. "This double birth is marvelous news for this extraordinary species," said Eric Domb, president of the zoo. "We are very proud. The birth of these two babies is a tremendous reward for the huge work carried on every day by all our teams." On a 15-year loan from China, Hao Hao and her mate Xing Hui were feted on their arrival in Belgium in 2014 and quickly became one of the main attractions at Pairi Daiza. Their first baby was born in June 2016 and names Tiao Bao, or "treasure of heaven".??Pairi Daiza now has five pandas in total, together with the twins, dad Xing Hui and brother Tian Bao. 09 Aug 2019 Pictured: Giant panda cubs born at Pairi Daiza zoo. Photo credit: Pairi Daiza / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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These stunning images show the first moments of extremely rare giant panda twins. The adorable young mammals were born at Pairi Daiza Zoo, in Belgium. According to officials, giant panda Hao Hao gave birth to two healthy cubs on Thursday August 8. Both cubs ? a boy and a girl - as well as the mom, are said to be "doing great". At approximately 1:26 pm, the boy panda was born first, weighing 160 grams. The cute baby girl followed a couple of hours later, weighing 150 grams. To give the mother a rest, zoo staff are now placing the cubs, one at a time, and feed it with a bottle. "This double birth is marvelous news for this extraordinary species," said Eric Domb, president of the zoo. "We are very proud. The birth of these two babies is a tremendous reward for the huge work carried on every day by all our teams." On a 15-year loan from China, Hao Hao and her mate Xing Hui were feted on their arrival in Belgium in 2014 and quickly became one of the main attractions at Pairi Daiza. Their first baby was born in June 2016 and names Tiao Bao, or "treasure of heaven".??Pairi Daiza now has five pandas in total, together with the twins, dad Xing Hui and brother Tian Bao. 09 Aug 2019 Pictured: Giant panda cubs born at Pairi Daiza zoo. Photo credit: Pairi Daiza / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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These stunning images show the first moments of extremely rare giant panda twins. The adorable young mammals were born at Pairi Daiza Zoo, in Belgium. According to officials, giant panda Hao Hao gave birth to two healthy cubs on Thursday August 8. Both cubs ? a boy and a girl - as well as the mom, are said to be "doing great". At approximately 1:26 pm, the boy panda was born first, weighing 160 grams. The cute baby girl followed a couple of hours later, weighing 150 grams. To give the mother a rest, zoo staff are now placing the cubs, one at a time, and feed it with a bottle. "This double birth is marvelous news for this extraordinary species," said Eric Domb, president of the zoo. "We are very proud. The birth of these two babies is a tremendous reward for the huge work carried on every day by all our teams." On a 15-year loan from China, Hao Hao and her mate Xing Hui were feted on their arrival in Belgium in 2014 and quickly became one of the main attractions at Pairi Daiza. Their first baby was born in June 2016 and names Tiao Bao, or "treasure of heaven".??Pairi Daiza now has five pandas in total, together with the twins, dad Xing Hui and brother Tian Bao. 09 Aug 2019 Pictured: Giant panda cubs born at Pairi Daiza zoo. Photo credit: Pairi Daiza / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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These stunning images show the first moments of extremely rare giant panda twins. The adorable young mammals were born at Pairi Daiza Zoo, in Belgium. According to officials, giant panda Hao Hao gave birth to two healthy cubs on Thursday August 8. Both cubs ? a boy and a girl - as well as the mom, are said to be "doing great". At approximately 1:26 pm, the boy panda was born first, weighing 160 grams. The cute baby girl followed a couple of hours later, weighing 150 grams. To give the mother a rest, zoo staff are now placing the cubs, one at a time, and feed it with a bottle. "This double birth is marvelous news for this extraordinary species," said Eric Domb, president of the zoo. "We are very proud. The birth of these two babies is a tremendous reward for the huge work carried on every day by all our teams." On a 15-year loan from China, Hao Hao and her mate Xing Hui were feted on their arrival in Belgium in 2014 and quickly became one of the main attractions at Pairi Daiza. Their first baby was born in June 2016 and names Tiao Bao, or "treasure of heaven".??Pairi Daiza now has five pandas in total, together with the twins, dad Xing Hui and brother Tian Bao. 09 Aug 2019 Pictured: Giant panda cubs born at Pairi Daiza zoo. Photo credit: Pairi Daiza / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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These stunning images show the first moments of extremely rare giant panda twins. The adorable young mammals were born at Pairi Daiza Zoo, in Belgium. According to officials, giant panda Hao Hao gave birth to two healthy cubs on Thursday August 8. Both cubs ? a boy and a girl - as well as the mom, are said to be "doing great". At approximately 1:26 pm, the boy panda was born first, weighing 160 grams. The cute baby girl followed a couple of hours later, weighing 150 grams. To give the mother a rest, zoo staff are now placing the cubs, one at a time, and feed it with a bottle. "This double birth is marvelous news for this extraordinary species," said Eric Domb, president of the zoo. "We are very proud. The birth of these two babies is a tremendous reward for the huge work carried on every day by all our teams." On a 15-year loan from China, Hao Hao and her mate Xing Hui were feted on their arrival in Belgium in 2014 and quickly became one of the main attractions at Pairi Daiza. Their first baby was born in June 2016 and names Tiao Bao, or "treasure of heaven".??Pairi Daiza now has five pandas in total, together with the twins, dad Xing Hui and brother Tian Bao. 09 Aug 2019 Pictured: Giant panda cubs born at Pairi Daiza zoo. Photo credit: Pairi Daiza / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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These stunning images show the first moments of extremely rare giant panda twins. The adorable young mammals were born at Pairi Daiza Zoo, in Belgium. According to officials, giant panda Hao Hao gave birth to two healthy cubs on Thursday August 8. Both cubs ? a boy and a girl - as well as the mom, are said to be "doing great". At approximately 1:26 pm, the boy panda was born first, weighing 160 grams. The cute baby girl followed a couple of hours later, weighing 150 grams. To give the mother a rest, zoo staff are now placing the cubs, one at a time, and feed it with a bottle. "This double birth is marvelous news for this extraordinary species," said Eric Domb, president of the zoo. "We are very proud. The birth of these two babies is a tremendous reward for the huge work carried on every day by all our teams." On a 15-year loan from China, Hao Hao and her mate Xing Hui were feted on their arrival in Belgium in 2014 and quickly became one of the main attractions at Pairi Daiza. Their first baby was born in June 2016 and names Tiao Bao, or "treasure of heaven".??Pairi Daiza now has five pandas in total, together with the twins, dad Xing Hui and brother Tian Bao. 09 Aug 2019 Pictured: Giant panda cubs born at Pairi Daiza zoo. Photo credit: Pairi Daiza / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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These stunning images show the first moments of extremely rare giant panda twins. The adorable young mammals were born at Pairi Daiza Zoo, in Belgium. According to officials, giant panda Hao Hao gave birth to two healthy cubs on Thursday August 8. Both cubs ? a boy and a girl - as well as the mom, are said to be "doing great". At approximately 1:26 pm, the boy panda was born first, weighing 160 grams. The cute baby girl followed a couple of hours later, weighing 150 grams. To give the mother a rest, zoo staff are now placing the cubs, one at a time, and feed it with a bottle. "This double birth is marvelous news for this extraordinary species," said Eric Domb, president of the zoo. "We are very proud. The birth of these two babies is a tremendous reward for the huge work carried on every day by all our teams." On a 15-year loan from China, Hao Hao and her mate Xing Hui were feted on their arrival in Belgium in 2014 and quickly became one of the main attractions at Pairi Daiza. Their first baby was born in June 2016 and names Tiao Bao, or "treasure of heaven".??Pairi Daiza now has five pandas in total, together with the twins, dad Xing Hui and brother Tian Bao. 09 Aug 2019 Pictured: Giant panda cubs born at Pairi Daiza zoo. Photo credit: Pairi Daiza / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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These stunning images show the first moments of extremely rare giant panda twins. The adorable young mammals were born at Pairi Daiza Zoo, in Belgium. According to officials, giant panda Hao Hao gave birth to two healthy cubs on Thursday August 8. Both cubs ? a boy and a girl - as well as the mom, are said to be "doing great". At approximately 1:26 pm, the boy panda was born first, weighing 160 grams. The cute baby girl followed a couple of hours later, weighing 150 grams. To give the mother a rest, zoo staff are now placing the cubs, one at a time, and feed it with a bottle. "This double birth is marvelous news for this extraordinary species," said Eric Domb, president of the zoo. "We are very proud. The birth of these two babies is a tremendous reward for the huge work carried on every day by all our teams." On a 15-year loan from China, Hao Hao and her mate Xing Hui were feted on their arrival in Belgium in 2014 and quickly became one of the main attractions at Pairi Daiza. Their first baby was born in June 2016 and names Tiao Bao, or "treasure of heaven".??Pairi Daiza now has five pandas in total, together with the twins, dad Xing Hui and brother Tian Bao. 09 Aug 2019 Pictured: Giant panda cubs born at Pairi Daiza zoo. Photo credit: Pairi Daiza / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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(190809) -- BRUGELETTE (BELGIUM), Aug. 9, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Giant panda Hao Hao takes care of her new-born cub at Pairi Daiza zoo in Brugelette, Belgium, on Aug. 8, 2019. Pairi Daiza, a zoo in Brugelette in west Belgium's Hainaut province, announced on Friday the birth of two panda cubs. The birth of one male cub, 160 grams, and one female cub, 150 grams, comes as no great surprise since mother Hao Hao had been successfully inseminated last April by male companion Xing Hui. (Pairi Daiza/Handout via Xinhua)
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(190809) -- BRUGELETTE (BELGIUM), Aug. 9, 2019 (Xinhua) -- A breeder feeds a new-born panda cub at Pairi Daiza zoo in Brugelette, Belgium, on Aug. 8, 2019. Pairi Daiza, a zoo in Brugelette in west Belgium's Hainaut province, announced on Friday the birth of two panda cubs. The birth of one male cub, 160 grams, and one female cub, 150 grams, comes as no great surprise since mother Hao Hao had been successfully inseminated last April by male companion Xing Hui. (Pairi Daiza/Handout via Xinhua)
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(190809) -- BRUGELETTE (BELGIUM), Aug. 9, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Giant panda Hao Hao takes care of her new-born cub at Pairi Daiza zoo in Brugelette, Belgium, on Aug. 8, 2019. Pairi Daiza, a zoo in Brugelette in west Belgium's Hainaut province, announced on Friday the birth of two panda cubs. The birth of one male cub, 160 grams, and one female cub, 150 grams, comes as no great surprise since mother Hao Hao had been successfully inseminated last April by male companion Xing Hui. (Pairi Daiza/Handout via Xinhua)
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(190809) -- BRUGELETTE (BELGIUM), Aug. 9, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Giant panda Hao Hao takes care of her new-born cub at Pairi Daiza zoo in Brugelette, Belgium, on Aug. 8, 2019. Pairi Daiza, a zoo in Brugelette in west Belgium's Hainaut province, announced on Friday the birth of two panda cubs. The birth of one male cub, 160 grams, and one female cub, 150 grams, comes as no great surprise since mother Hao Hao had been successfully inseminated last April by male companion Xing Hui. (Pairi Daiza/Handout via Xinhua)
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(190809) -- BRUGELETTE (BELGIUM), Aug. 9, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Giant panda Hao Hao takes care of her new-born cub at Pairi Daiza zoo in Brugelette, Belgium, on Aug. 8, 2019. Pairi Daiza, a zoo in Brugelette in west Belgium's Hainaut province, announced on Friday the birth of two panda cubs. The birth of one male cub, 160 grams, and one female cub, 150 grams, comes as no great surprise since mother Hao Hao had been successfully inseminated last April by male companion Xing Hui. (Pairi Daiza/Handout via Xinhua)
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(190723) -- CHONGQING, July 23, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Children view two pairs of panda twins in incubators at Chongqing Zoo, southwest China's Chongqing, July 23, 2019. Chongqing Zoo held an event Tuesday to celebrate two pairs of panda twins reaching one month old. Two giant pandas in the zoo in Chongqing gave birth to two pairs of twins on June 23. (Xinhua/Tang Yi)
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(190723) -- CHONGQING, July 23, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Children view a pair of panda cubs in an incubator at Chongqing Zoo, southwest China's Chongqing, July 23, 2019. Chongqing Zoo held an event Tuesday to celebrate two pairs of panda twins reaching one month old. Two giant pandas in the zoo in Chongqing gave birth to two pairs of twins on June 23. (Xinhua/Tang Yi)
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(190723) -- CHONGQING, July 23, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 23, 2019 shows a panda cub in an incubator at Chongqing Zoo, southwest China's Chongqing. Chongqing Zoo held an event Tuesday to celebrate two pairs of panda twins reaching one month old. Two giant pandas in the zoo in Chongqing gave birth to two pairs of twins on June 23. (Xinhua/Tang Yi)
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(190723) -- CHONGQING, July 23, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 23, 2019 shows a panda cub in an incubator at Chongqing Zoo, southwest China's Chongqing. Chongqing Zoo held an event Tuesday to celebrate two pairs of panda twins reaching one month old. Two giant pandas in the zoo in Chongqing gave birth to two pairs of twins on June 23. (Xinhua/Tang Yi)
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(190723) -- CHONGQING, July 23, 2019 (Xinhua) -- A tourist takes a picture of a pair of panda cubs in an incubator at Chongqing Zoo, southwest China's Chongqing, July 23, 2019. Chongqing Zoo held an event Tuesday to celebrate two pairs of panda twins reaching one month old. Two giant pandas in the zoo in Chongqing gave birth to two pairs of twins on June 23. (Xinhua/Tang Yi)
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(190723) -- CHONGQING, July 23, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 23, 2019 shows a panda cub in an incubator at Chongqing Zoo, southwest China's Chongqing. Chongqing Zoo held an event Tuesday to celebrate two pairs of panda twins reaching one month old. Two giant pandas in the zoo in Chongqing gave birth to two pairs of twins on June 23. (Xinhua/Tang Yi)
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(190723) -- CHONGQING, July 23, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 23, 2019 shows a panda cub in an incubator at Chongqing Zoo, southwest China's Chongqing. Chongqing Zoo held an event Tuesday to celebrate two pairs of panda twins reaching one month old. Two giant pandas in the zoo in Chongqing gave birth to two pairs of twins on June 23. (Xinhua/Tang Yi)
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A pair of giant panda twins is kept in an incubator at a zoo in Chongqing, China, 23 July 2019. Two giant pandas in a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality gave birth to two pairs of twins on 23 June 2019. Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. This was the second time that the two giant pandas gave birth to twins, according to the zoo. (Photo by Stringer - Imaginechina/Sipa USA)
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A pair of giant panda twins is kept in an incubator at a zoo in Chongqing, China, 23 July 2019. Two giant pandas in a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality gave birth to two pairs of twins on 23 June 2019. Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. This was the second time that the two giant pandas gave birth to twins, according to the zoo. (Photo by Stringer - Imaginechina/Sipa USA)
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A pair of giant panda twins is kept in an incubator at a zoo in Chongqing, China, 23 July 2019. Two giant pandas in a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality gave birth to two pairs of twins on 23 June 2019. Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. This was the second time that the two giant pandas gave birth to twins, according to the zoo. (Photo by Stringer - Imaginechina/Sipa USA)
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A pair of giant panda twins is kept in an incubator at a zoo in Chongqing, China, 23 July 2019. Two giant pandas in a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality gave birth to two pairs of twins on 23 June 2019. Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. This was the second time that the two giant pandas gave birth to twins, according to the zoo. (Photo by Stringer - Imaginechina/Sipa USA)
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A pair of giant panda twins is kept in an incubator at a zoo in Chongqing, China, 23 July 2019. Two giant pandas in a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality gave birth to two pairs of twins on 23 June 2019. Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. This was the second time that the two giant pandas gave birth to twins, according to the zoo. (Photo by Stringer - Imaginechina/Sipa USA)
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Visitors take photos of pairs of giant panda twins in incubators at a zoo in Chongqing, China, 23 July 2019. Two giant pandas in a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality gave birth to two pairs of twins on 23 June 2019. Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. This was the second time that the two giant pandas gave birth to twins, according to the zoo. (Photo by Stringer - Imaginechina/Sipa USA)
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A pair of giant panda twins is kept in an incubator at a zoo in Chongqing, China, 23 July 2019. Two giant pandas in a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality gave birth to two pairs of twins on 23 June 2019. Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. This was the second time that the two giant pandas gave birth to twins, according to the zoo. (Photo by Stringer - Imaginechina/Sipa USA)
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A pair of giant panda twins is kept in an incubator at a zoo in Chongqing, China, 23 July 2019. Two giant pandas in a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality gave birth to two pairs of twins on 23 June 2019. Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. This was the second time that the two giant pandas gave birth to twins, according to the zoo. (Photo by Stringer - Imaginechina/Sipa USA)
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Visitors take photos of pairs of giant panda twins in incubators at a zoo in Chongqing, China, 23 July 2019. Two giant pandas in a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality gave birth to two pairs of twins on 23 June 2019. Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. This was the second time that the two giant pandas gave birth to twins, according to the zoo. (Photo by Stringer - Imaginechina/Sipa USA)
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A pair of giant panda twins is kept in an incubator at a zoo in Chongqing, China, 23 July 2019. Two giant pandas in a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality gave birth to two pairs of twins on 23 June 2019. Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. This was the second time that the two giant pandas gave birth to twins, according to the zoo. (Photo by Stringer - Imaginechina/Sipa USA)
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A pair of giant panda twins is kept in an incubator at a zoo in Chongqing, China, 23 July 2019. Two giant pandas in a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality gave birth to two pairs of twins on 23 June 2019. Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. This was the second time that the two giant pandas gave birth to twins, according to the zoo. (Photo by Stringer - Imaginechina/Sipa USA)
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A pair of giant panda twins is kept in an incubator at a zoo in Chongqing, China, 23 July 2019. Two giant pandas in a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality gave birth to two pairs of twins on 23 June 2019. Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. This was the second time that the two giant pandas gave birth to twins, according to the zoo. (Photo by Stringer - Imaginechina/Sipa USA)
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(190716) -- CHONGQING, July 16, 2019 (Xinhua) -- A staff member helps giant panda Lanxiang to breastfeed a newly born cub at a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality, July 12, 2019. Two giant pandas in a zoo in Chongqing gave birth to two pairs of twins on June 23. Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. (Xinhua)
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(190716) -- CHONGQING, July 16, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 16, 2019 shows a newly born panda cub at a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality. Two giant pandas in a zoo in Chongqing gave birth to two pairs of twins on June 23. Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. (Xinhua/Wang Quanchao)
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(190716) -- CHONGQING, July 16, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 16, 2019 shows a newly born panda cub at a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality. Two giant pandas in a zoo in Chongqing gave birth to two pairs of twins on June 23. Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. (Xinhua/Wang Quanchao)
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(190716) -- CHONGQING, July 16, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 16, 2019 shows a newly born panda cub at a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality. Two giant pandas in a zoo in Chongqing gave birth to two pairs of twins on June 23. Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. (Xinhua/Wang Quanchao)
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(190716) -- CHONGQING, July 16, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 16, 2019 shows a newly born panda cub at a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality. Two giant pandas in a zoo in Chongqing gave birth to two pairs of twins on June 23. Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. (Xinhua/Wang Quanchao)
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(190716) -- CHONGQING, July 16, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 16, 2019 shows a newly born panda cub at a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality. Two giant pandas in a zoo in Chongqing gave birth to two pairs of twins on June 23. Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. (Xinhua/Wang Quanchao)
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(190716) -- CHONGQING, July 16, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 16, 2019 shows a newly born panda cub at a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality. Two giant pandas in a zoo in Chongqing gave birth to two pairs of twins on June 23. Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. (Xinhua/Wang Quanchao)
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(190716) -- CHONGQING, July 16, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 16, 2019 shows a newly born panda cub at a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality. Two giant pandas in a zoo in Chongqing gave birth to two pairs of twins on June 23. Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. (Xinhua/Wang Quanchao)
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(190716) -- CHONGQING, July 16, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 16, 2019 shows a newly born panda cub at a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality. Two giant pandas in a zoo in Chongqing gave birth to two pairs of twins on June 23. Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. (Xinhua/Wang Quanchao)
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(190716) -- CHONGQING, July 16, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 16, 2019 shows a newly born panda cub at a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality. Two giant pandas in a zoo in Chongqing gave birth to two pairs of twins on June 23. Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. (Xinhua/Wang Quanchao)
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(190716) -- CHONGQING, July 16, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 16, 2019 shows a newly born panda cub at a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality. Two giant pandas in a zoo in Chongqing gave birth to two pairs of twins on June 23. Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. (Xinhua/Wang Quanchao)
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(190716) -- CHONGQING, July 16, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 16, 2019 shows a newly born panda cub at a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality. Two giant pandas in a zoo in Chongqing gave birth to two pairs of twins on June 23. Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. (Xinhua/Wang Quanchao)
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(190716) -- CHONGQING, July 16, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 16, 2019 shows a newly born panda cub at a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality. Two giant pandas in a zoo in Chongqing gave birth to two pairs of twins on June 23. Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. (Xinhua/Wang Quanchao)
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(190716) -- CHONGQING, July 16, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 16, 2019 shows a newly born panda cub at a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality. Two giant pandas in a zoo in Chongqing gave birth to two pairs of twins on June 23. Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. (Xinhua/Wang Quanchao)
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(190716) -- CHONGQING, July 16, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 16, 2019 shows a newly born panda cub at a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality. Two giant pandas in a zoo in Chongqing gave birth to two pairs of twins on June 23. Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. (Xinhua/Wang Quanchao)
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(190716) -- CHONGQING, July 16, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 16, 2019 shows a newly born panda cub at a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality. Two giant pandas in a zoo in Chongqing gave birth to two pairs of twins on June 23. Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. (Xinhua/Wang Quanchao)
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(190717) -- BEIJING, July 17, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 16, 2019 shows a newly-born panda cub at a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality. (Xinhua/Wang Quanchao)
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Two pairs of twin giant panda cubs are kept in the incubator in a zoo in Chongqing, China, 16 July 2019. Two giant pandas in a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality gave birth to two pairs of twins on June 23, the zoo said Tuesday (16 July 2019). Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. This was the second time that the two giant pandas gave birth to twins, according to the zoo. Chongqing zoo began to raise giant pandas in the 1960s and began to breed panda cubs in the 1980s. So far, the zoo has bred 36 giant pandas, including nine pairs of twins and one set of triplets. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Two pairs of twin giant panda cubs are kept in the incubator in a zoo in Chongqing, China, 16 July 2019. Two giant pandas in a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality gave birth to two pairs of twins on June 23, the zoo said Tuesday (16 July 2019). Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. This was the second time that the two giant pandas gave birth to twins, according to the zoo. Chongqing zoo began to raise giant pandas in the 1960s and began to breed panda cubs in the 1980s. So far, the zoo has bred 36 giant pandas, including nine pairs of twins and one set of triplets. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Two pairs of twin giant panda cubs are kept in the incubator in a zoo in Chongqing, China, 16 July 2019. Two giant pandas in a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality gave birth to two pairs of twins on June 23, the zoo said Tuesday (16 July 2019). Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. This was the second time that the two giant pandas gave birth to twins, according to the zoo. Chongqing zoo began to raise giant pandas in the 1960s and began to breed panda cubs in the 1980s. So far, the zoo has bred 36 giant pandas, including nine pairs of twins and one set of triplets. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Two pairs of twin giant panda cubs are kept in the incubator in a zoo in Chongqing, China, 16 July 2019. Two giant pandas in a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality gave birth to two pairs of twins on June 23, the zoo said Tuesday (16 July 2019). Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. This was the second time that the two giant pandas gave birth to twins, according to the zoo. Chongqing zoo began to raise giant pandas in the 1960s and began to breed panda cubs in the 1980s. So far, the zoo has bred 36 giant pandas, including nine pairs of twins and one set of triplets. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Two pairs of twin giant panda cubs are kept in the incubator in a zoo in Chongqing, China, 16 July 2019. Two giant pandas in a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality gave birth to two pairs of twins on June 23, the zoo said Tuesday (16 July 2019). Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. This was the second time that the two giant pandas gave birth to twins, according to the zoo. Chongqing zoo began to raise giant pandas in the 1960s and began to breed panda cubs in the 1980s. So far, the zoo has bred 36 giant pandas, including nine pairs of twins and one set of triplets. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Two pairs of twin giant panda cubs are kept in the incubator in a zoo in Chongqing, China, 16 July 2019. Two giant pandas in a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality gave birth to two pairs of twins on June 23, the zoo said Tuesday (16 July 2019). Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. This was the second time that the two giant pandas gave birth to twins, according to the zoo. Chongqing zoo began to raise giant pandas in the 1960s and began to breed panda cubs in the 1980s. So far, the zoo has bred 36 giant pandas, including nine pairs of twins and one set of triplets. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Two pairs of twin giant panda cubs are kept in the incubator in a zoo in Chongqing, China, 16 July 2019. Two giant pandas in a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality gave birth to two pairs of twins on June 23, the zoo said Tuesday (16 July 2019). Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. This was the second time that the two giant pandas gave birth to twins, according to the zoo. Chongqing zoo began to raise giant pandas in the 1960s and began to breed panda cubs in the 1980s. So far, the zoo has bred 36 giant pandas, including nine pairs of twins and one set of triplets. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Two pairs of twin giant panda cubs are kept in the incubator in a zoo in Chongqing, China, 16 July 2019. Two giant pandas in a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality gave birth to two pairs of twins on June 23, the zoo said Tuesday (16 July 2019). Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. This was the second time that the two giant pandas gave birth to twins, according to the zoo. Chongqing zoo began to raise giant pandas in the 1960s and began to breed panda cubs in the 1980s. So far, the zoo has bred 36 giant pandas, including nine pairs of twins and one set of triplets. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Two pairs of twin giant panda cubs are kept in the incubator in a zoo in Chongqing, China, 16 July 2019. Two giant pandas in a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality gave birth to two pairs of twins on June 23, the zoo said Tuesday (16 July 2019). Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. This was the second time that the two giant pandas gave birth to twins, according to the zoo. Chongqing zoo began to raise giant pandas in the 1960s and began to breed panda cubs in the 1980s. So far, the zoo has bred 36 giant pandas, including nine pairs of twins and one set of triplets. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Two pairs of twin giant panda cubs are kept in the incubator in a zoo in Chongqing, China, 16 July 2019. Two giant pandas in a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality gave birth to two pairs of twins on June 23, the zoo said Tuesday (16 July 2019). Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. This was the second time that the two giant pandas gave birth to twins, according to the zoo. Chongqing zoo began to raise giant pandas in the 1960s and began to breed panda cubs in the 1980s. So far, the zoo has bred 36 giant pandas, including nine pairs of twins and one set of triplets. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Two pairs of twin giant panda cubs are kept in the incubator in a zoo in Chongqing, China, 16 July 2019. Two giant pandas in a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality gave birth to two pairs of twins on June 23, the zoo said Tuesday (16 July 2019). Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. This was the second time that the two giant pandas gave birth to twins, according to the zoo. Chongqing zoo began to raise giant pandas in the 1960s and began to breed panda cubs in the 1980s. So far, the zoo has bred 36 giant pandas, including nine pairs of twins and one set of triplets. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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Two pairs of twin giant panda cubs are kept in the incubator in a zoo in Chongqing, China, 16 July 2019. Two giant pandas in a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality gave birth to two pairs of twins on June 23, the zoo said Tuesday (16 July 2019). Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. This was the second time that the two giant pandas gave birth to twins, according to the zoo. Chongqing zoo began to raise giant pandas in the 1960s and began to breed panda cubs in the 1980s. So far, the zoo has bred 36 giant pandas, including nine pairs of twins and one set of triplets. (Imaginechina via AP Images)
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(190716) -- CHONGQING, July 16, 2019 (Xinhua) -- A staff member helps a newly born panda cub defecate at a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality, July 10, 2019. Two giant pandas in a zoo in Chongqing gave birth to two pairs of twins on June 23. Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. (Xinhua)
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(190716) -- CHONGQING, July 16, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Panda mother Mangzai and a newly born cub are asleep at a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality, July 10, 2019. Two giant pandas in a zoo in Chongqing gave birth to two pairs of twins on June 23. Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. (Xinhua)
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A pair of male-female panda twins, which are world's heaviest captive-bred panda twins, are kept in an incubator at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in Chengdu city, southwest China's Sichuan province, 10 July 2019. Female giant panda Abao, named after the hit Hollywood animated blockbuster "Kung Fu Panda", gave birth to twin cubs - a male and a female - on Saturday (6 July 2019) in Chengdu city of southwest China's Sichuan province, according to the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding. The male giant panda cub weighs 211.6 grams and the female 209 grams. They were born at the base on Saturday morning and are in stable condition. The average birth weight of panda cubs is around 150 grams. It is rare to see both twin cubs weigh over 200 grams each at birth, experts said. As of Monday, a total of 298 giant panda cubs have been born at the Chengdu research base. (Photo by Li yong - Imaginechina/Sipa USA)
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A pair of male-female panda twins, which are world's heaviest captive-bred panda twins, are kept in an incubator at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in Chengdu city, southwest China's Sichuan province, 10 July 2019. Female giant panda Abao, named after the hit Hollywood animated blockbuster "Kung Fu Panda", gave birth to twin cubs - a male and a female - on Saturday (6 July 2019) in Chengdu city of southwest China's Sichuan province, according to the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding. The male giant panda cub weighs 211.6 grams and the female 209 grams. They were born at the base on Saturday morning and are in stable condition. The average birth weight of panda cubs is around 150 grams. It is rare to see both twin cubs weigh over 200 grams each at birth, experts said. As of Monday, a total of 298 giant panda cubs have been born at the Chengdu research base. (Photo by Li yong - Imaginechina/Sipa USA)
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A pair of male-female panda twins, which are world's heaviest captive-bred panda twins, are kept in an incubator at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in Chengdu city, southwest China's Sichuan province, 10 July 2019. Female giant panda Abao, named after the hit Hollywood animated blockbuster "Kung Fu Panda", gave birth to twin cubs - a male and a female - on Saturday (6 July 2019) in Chengdu city of southwest China's Sichuan province, according to the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding. The male giant panda cub weighs 211.6 grams and the female 209 grams. They were born at the base on Saturday morning and are in stable condition. The average birth weight of panda cubs is around 150 grams. It is rare to see both twin cubs weigh over 200 grams each at birth, experts said. As of Monday, a total of 298 giant panda cubs have been born at the Chengdu research base. (Photo by Li yong - Imaginechina/Sipa USA)
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A pair of male-female panda twins, which are world's heaviest captive-bred panda twins, are kept in an incubator at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in Chengdu city, southwest China's Sichuan province, 10 July 2019. Female giant panda Abao, named after the hit Hollywood animated blockbuster "Kung Fu Panda", gave birth to twin cubs - a male and a female - on Saturday (6 July 2019) in Chengdu city of southwest China's Sichuan province, according to the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding. The male giant panda cub weighs 211.6 grams and the female 209 grams. They were born at the base on Saturday morning and are in stable condition. The average birth weight of panda cubs is around 150 grams. It is rare to see both twin cubs weigh over 200 grams each at birth, experts said. As of Monday, a total of 298 giant panda cubs have been born at the Chengdu research base. (Photo by Li yong - Imaginechina/Sipa USA)
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A pair of male-female panda twins, which are world's heaviest captive-bred panda twins, are kept in an incubator at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in Chengdu city, southwest China's Sichuan province, 10 July 2019. Female giant panda Abao, named after the hit Hollywood animated blockbuster "Kung Fu Panda", gave birth to twin cubs - a male and a female - on Saturday (6 July 2019) in Chengdu city of southwest China's Sichuan province, according to the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding. The male giant panda cub weighs 211.6 grams and the female 209 grams. They were born at the base on Saturday morning and are in stable condition. The average birth weight of panda cubs is around 150 grams. It is rare to see both twin cubs weigh over 200 grams each at birth, experts said. As of Monday, a total of 298 giant panda cubs have been born at the Chengdu research base. (Photo by Li yong - Imaginechina/Sipa USA)
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A pair of male-female panda twins, which are world's heaviest captive-bred panda twins, are kept in an incubator at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in Chengdu city, southwest China's Sichuan province, 10 July 2019. Female giant panda Abao, named after the hit Hollywood animated blockbuster "Kung Fu Panda", gave birth to twin cubs - a male and a female - on Saturday (6 July 2019) in Chengdu city of southwest China's Sichuan province, according to the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding. The male giant panda cub weighs 211.6 grams and the female 209 grams. They were born at the base on Saturday morning and are in stable condition. The average birth weight of panda cubs is around 150 grams. It is rare to see both twin cubs weigh over 200 grams each at birth, experts said. As of Monday, a total of 298 giant panda cubs have been born at the Chengdu research base. (Photo by Li yong - Imaginechina/Sipa USA)
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Female giant panda Abao takes care of her new born male-female panda twins, which are world's heaviest captive-bred panda twins, at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in Chengdu city, southwest China's Sichuan province, 10 July 2019. Female giant panda Abao, named after the hit Hollywood animated blockbuster "Kung Fu Panda", gave birth to twin cubs - a male and a female - on Saturday (6 July 2019) in Chengdu city of southwest China's Sichuan province, according to the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding. The male giant panda cub weighs 211.6 grams and the female 209 grams. They were born at the base on Saturday morning and are in stable condition. The average birth weight of panda cubs is around 150 grams. It is rare to see both twin cubs weigh over 200 grams each at birth, experts said. As of Monday, a total of 298 giant panda cubs have been born at the Chengdu research base. (Photo by Li yong - Imaginechina/Sipa USA)
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A pair of male-female panda twins, which are world's heaviest captive-bred panda twins, are kept in an incubator at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in Chengdu city, southwest China's Sichuan province, 10 July 2019. Female giant panda Abao, named after the hit Hollywood animated blockbuster "Kung Fu Panda", gave birth to twin cubs - a male and a female - on Saturday (6 July 2019) in Chengdu city of southwest China's Sichuan province, according to the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding. The male giant panda cub weighs 211.6 grams and the female 209 grams. They were born at the base on Saturday morning and are in stable condition. The average birth weight of panda cubs is around 150 grams. It is rare to see both twin cubs weigh over 200 grams each at birth, experts said. As of Monday, a total of 298 giant panda cubs have been born at the Chengdu research base. (Photo by Li yong - Imaginechina/Sipa USA)
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Female giant panda Abao takes care of her new born male-female panda twins, which are world's heaviest captive-bred panda twins, at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in Chengdu city, southwest China's Sichuan province, 10 July 2019. Female giant panda Abao, named after the hit Hollywood animated blockbuster "Kung Fu Panda", gave birth to twin cubs - a male and a female - on Saturday (6 July 2019) in Chengdu city of southwest China's Sichuan province, according to the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding. The male giant panda cub weighs 211.6 grams and the female 209 grams. They were born at the base on Saturday morning and are in stable condition. The average birth weight of panda cubs is around 150 grams. It is rare to see both twin cubs weigh over 200 grams each at birth, experts said. As of Monday, a total of 298 giant panda cubs have been born at the Chengdu research base. (Photo by Li yong - Imaginechina/Sipa USA)
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(190716) -- CHONGQING, July 16, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Panda mother Lanxiang holds a newly born panda cub in her arms at a zoo in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality, July 6, 2019. Two giant pandas in a zoo in Chongqing gave birth to two pairs of twins on June 23. Female panda Lanxiang, 17, gave birth to a pair of male cubs in the wee hours of June 23, weighing 167 and 115 grams, respectively. Another female panda, Mangzai, gave birth to a pair of female cubs in the afternoon on the same day, measuring 142 and 160 grams in weight, respectively. (Xinhua)
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--FILE--The female giant panda cub Cheng Lang weighing 42.8 grams when it was born, which is the world's lightest ever, is kept in an incubator at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in Chengdu city, southwest China's Sichuan province, 3 July 2019. A female giant panda cub weighing 42.8 grams, about the weight of an average chicken egg and the world's lightest ever, was born in Chengdu city, southwest China's Sichuan province, 11 July 2019. The cub Cheng Lang and her twin sister were born to giant panda Chengda on Tuesday at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding. The cub's birth weight was less than one-fourth that of her sister which weighed 171.9 grams, and it measured only two-thirds as long as her sister, according to the base. The cub weighed 14 times as much as its birth weight. (Photo by Li yong - Imaginechina/Sipa USA)
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--FILE--The female giant panda cub Cheng Lang weighing 42.8 grams when it was born, which is the world's lightest ever, is kept in an incubator at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in Chengdu city, southwest China's Sichuan province, 3 July 2019. A female giant panda cub weighing 42.8 grams, about the weight of an average chicken egg and the world's lightest ever, was born in Chengdu city, southwest China's Sichuan province, 11 July 2019. The cub Cheng Lang and her twin sister were born to giant panda Chengda on Tuesday at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding. The cub's birth weight was less than one-fourth that of her sister which weighed 171.9 grams, and it measured only two-thirds as long as her sister, according to the base. The cub weighed 14 times as much as its birth weight. (Photo by Li yong - Imaginechina/Sipa USA)
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--FILE--The female giant panda cub Cheng Lang weighing 42.8 grams when it was born, which is the world's lightest ever, is kept in an incubator at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in Chengdu city, southwest China's Sichuan province, 26 June 2019. A female giant panda cub weighing 42.8 grams, about the weight of an average chicken egg and the world's lightest ever, was born in Chengdu city, southwest China's Sichuan province, 11 July 2019. The cub Cheng Lang and her twin sister were born to giant panda Chengda on Tuesday at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding. The cub's birth weight was less than one-fourth that of her sister which weighed 171.9 grams, and it measured only two-thirds as long as her sister, according to the base. The cub weighed 14 times as much as its birth weight. (Photo by Li yong - Imaginechina/Sipa USA)
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--FILE--The female giant panda cub Cheng Lang weighing 42.8 grams when it was born, which is the world's lightest ever, is kept in an incubator at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in Chengdu city, southwest China's Sichuan province, 24 June 2019. A female giant panda cub weighing 42.8 grams, about the weight of an average chicken egg and the world's lightest ever, was born in Chengdu city, southwest China's Sichuan province, 11 July 2019. The cub Cheng Lang and her twin sister were born to giant panda Chengda on Tuesday at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding. The cub's birth weight was less than one-fourth that of her sister which weighed 171.9 grams, and it measured only two-thirds as long as her sister, according to the base. The cub weighed 14 times as much as its birth weight. (Photo by Li yong - Imaginechina/Sipa USA)
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--FILE--The female giant panda cub Cheng Lang weighing 42.8 grams when it was born, which is the world's lightest ever, is kept in an incubator at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in Chengdu city, southwest China's Sichuan province, 19 June 2019. A female giant panda cub weighing 42.8 grams, about the weight of an average chicken egg and the world's lightest ever, was born in Chengdu city, southwest China's Sichuan province, 11 July 2019. The cub Cheng Lang and her twin sister were born to giant panda Chengda on Tuesday at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding. The cub's birth weight was less than one-fourth that of her sister which weighed 171.9 grams, and it measured only two-thirds as long as her sister, according to the base. The cub weighed 14 times as much as its birth weight. (Photo by Li yong - Imaginechina/Sipa USA)
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--FILE--A Chinese panda keeper looks after the female giant panda cub Cheng Lang weighing 42.8 grams when it was born, which is the world's lightest ever, in an incubator at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in Chengdu city, southwest China's Sichuan province, 19 June 2019. A female giant panda cub weighing 42.8 grams, about the weight of an average chicken egg and the world's lightest ever, was born in Chengdu city, southwest China's Sichuan province, 11 July 2019. The cub Cheng Lang and her twin sister were born to giant panda Chengda on Tuesday at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding. The cub's birth weight was less than one-fourth that of her sister which weighed 171.9 grams, and it measured only two-thirds as long as her sister, according to the base. The cub weighed 14 times as much as its birth weight. (Photo by Li yong - Imaginechina/Sipa USA)
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--FILE--The female giant panda cub Cheng Lang weighing 42.8 grams when it was born, which is the world's lightest ever, is kept in an incubator at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in Chengdu city, southwest China's Sichuan province, 17 June 2019. A female giant panda cub weighing 42.8 grams, about the weight of an average chicken egg and the world's lightest ever, was born in Chengdu city, southwest China's Sichuan province, 11 July 2019. The cub Cheng Lang and her twin sister were born to giant panda Chengda on Tuesday at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding. The cub's birth weight was less than one-fourth that of her sister which weighed 171.9 grams, and it measured only two-thirds as long as her sister, according to the base. The cub weighed 14 times as much as its birth weight. (Photo by Li yong - Imaginechina/Sipa USA)
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--FILE--A Chinese panda keeper looks after the female giant panda cub Cheng Lang weighing 42.8 grams when it was born, which is the world's lightest ever, in an incubator at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in Chengdu city, southwest China's Sichuan province, 17 June 2019. A female giant panda cub weighing 42.8 grams, about the weight of an average chicken egg and the world's lightest ever, was born in Chengdu city, southwest China's Sichuan province, 11 July 2019. The cub Cheng Lang and her twin sister were born to giant panda Chengda on Tuesday at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding. The cub's birth weight was less than one-fourth that of her sister which weighed 171.9 grams, and it measured only two-thirds as long as her sister, according to the base. The cub weighed 14 times as much as its birth weight. (Photo by Li yong - Imaginechina/Sipa USA)
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--FILE--The female giant panda cub Cheng Lang weighing 42.8 grams when it was born, which is the world's lightest ever, is kept in an incubator at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in Chengdu city, southwest China's Sichuan province, 14 June 2019. A female giant panda cub weighing 42.8 grams, about the weight of an average chicken egg and the world's lightest ever, was born in Chengdu city, southwest China's Sichuan province, 11 July 2019. The cub Cheng Lang and her twin sister were born to giant panda Chengda on Tuesday at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding. The cub's birth weight was less than one-fourth that of her sister which weighed 171.9 grams, and it measured only two-thirds as long as her sister, according to the base. The cub weighed 14 times as much as its birth weight. (Photo by Li yong - Imaginechina/Sipa USA)
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--FILE--The female giant panda cub Cheng Lang weighing 42.8 grams when it was born, which is the world's lightest ever, is kept in an incubator at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in Chengdu city, southwest China's Sichuan province, 12 June 2019. A female giant panda cub weighing 42.8 grams, about the weight of an average chicken egg and the world's lightest ever, was born in Chengdu city, southwest China's Sichuan province, 11 July 2019. The cub Cheng Lang and her twin sister were born to giant panda Chengda on Tuesday at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding. The cub's birth weight was less than one-fourth that of her sister which weighed 171.9 grams, and it measured only two-thirds as long as her sister, according to the base. The cub weighed 14 times as much as its birth weight. (Photo by Li yong - Imaginechina/Sipa USA)
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--FILE--The female giant panda cub Cheng Lang weighing 42.8 grams when it was born, which is the world's lightest ever, is kept in an incubator at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in Chengdu city, southwest China's Sichuan province, 12 June 2019. A female giant panda cub weighing 42.8 grams, about the weight of an average chicken egg and the world's lightest ever, was born in Chengdu city, southwest China's Sichuan province, 11 July 2019. The cub Cheng Lang and her twin sister were born to giant panda Chengda on Tuesday at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding. The cub's birth weight was less than one-fourth that of her sister which weighed 171.9 grams, and it measured only two-thirds as long as her sister, according to the base. The cub weighed 14 times as much as its birth weight. (Photo by Li yong - Imaginechina/Sipa USA)
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