Tokyo zoo visitors flock to view mum-to-be panda

Tokyo (AFP) – Japanese well-wishers flocked to a Tokyo zoo Wednesday to get their last glimpse of a possibly pregnant panda before she goes into confinement. Eleven-year-old Shin Shin, who mated with male Ri Ri February, appeared imperiously unruffled by …
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