The first baby panda to be born in France has made his public debut at Beauval zoo south of Paris. The cuddly five-month-old named Yuan Meng began to explore the world outside his den to the delight of hundreds of visitors.
A playful baby panda has been the star attraction this weekend at Beauval Zoo, south of Paris. Little Yuan Meng is the first panda cub to be born in a French zoo.
To the delight of photographers and visitors alike, a fluffy, four-month-old panda cub greeted the public for the first time at a Malaysian zoo. Her birth was a rare win in the tricky realm of natural panda reproduction.
A French zoo has celebrated the survival of a panda cub, but mourned the loss of its weaker sibling. The panda parents are on loan from China, and the cub's godmother is a familiar face in French politics.
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