CHINA Panda research center welcomes newborn cub

CHINA

Panda research center welcomes newborn cub

Xinhua

21:40, October 11, 2020

Giant panda Zhu Zhu stays with a newborn panda cub at the Qinling breeding and research center for the giant panda in northwest China's Shaanxi Province, Oct. 11, 2020. A male panda cub weighing 167 grams was born Sunday morning at the research center, according to a source of the center. Giant panda Zhu Zhu gave birth to this cub at the center at 9:31 a.m. It is the fourth giant panda born at the center this year. In late May, Zhu Zhu, born in 2000, mated naturally, and her pregnancy lasted 134 days, according to the source of the center. Zhu Zhu has given birth to seven pandas since 2008, currently the most productive one at the center, and she is also the oldest productive panda there. (Photo by Shen Jiena/Xinhua)

A staff member takes care of a newborn panda cub at the Qinling breeding and research center for the giant panda in northwest China's Shaanxi Province, Oct. 11, 2020. A male panda cub weighing 167 grams was born Sunday morning at the research center, according to a source of the center. Giant panda Zhu Zhu gave birth to this cub at the center at 9:31 a.m. It is the fourth giant panda born at the center this year. In late May, Zhu Zhu, born in 2000, mated naturally, and her pregnancy lasted 134 days, according to the source of the center. Zhu Zhu has given birth to seven pandas since 2008, currently the most productive one at the center, and she is also the oldest productive panda there. (Photo by Shen Jiena/Xinhua)

A staff member takes care of a newborn panda cub at the Qinling breeding and research center for the giant panda in northwest China's Shaanxi Province, Oct. 11, 2020. A male panda cub weighing 167 grams was born Sunday morning at the research center, according to a source of the center. Giant panda Zhu Zhu gave birth to this cub at the center at 9:31 a.m. It is the fourth giant panda born at the center this year. In late May, Zhu Zhu, born in 2000, mated naturally, and her pregnancy lasted 134 days, according to the source of the center. Zhu Zhu has given birth to seven pandas since 2008, currently the most productive one at the center, and she is also the oldest productive panda there. (Photo by Shen Jiena/Xinhua)

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