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1. travel | 29 Jan 2015
» A giant panda is tearing up bamboo and chewing its lunch, ignoring hundreds of pupils staring at its dining place and manners. Another group of visitors cheers as a teen giant panda climbs a tree. Behind the wall, a gian...
2. learning | 29 Aug 2014
» The whole world waited eagerly for first live broadcast of a panda birth but unfortunately the event had to be cancelled (but luckily three pandas born recently, video).
3. multimedia | 07 Jan 2015
» U.S. National Zoo's Panda Bao Bao encounters snow for the first time and spends the morning tumbling. Vanessa Johnston reports. - REUTERS
4. learning | 13 Aug 2014
» A Chinese zoo has unveiled newborn panda triplets, the world's first known surviving trio.
5. learning | 29 Dec 2013
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» A new panda baby could come any day now. The Chiang Mai Zoo's Lin Hui is pregnant.
6. lifestyle | 27 Jan 2015
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» As much as we want our faces to be an animal-free zone, you can't stop trespassers, with crows leaving footprints on the corners of our eyes, bunny wrinkles resting on the side and top of the nose, and dark circles ...
7. multimedia | 12 Jan 2015
» Sprinting into this week’s animal wrap, an emu on an Israeli highway, along with London Zoo’s annual stock take and dogs rescued from becoming meat in South Korea. Jillian Kitchener reports. - REUTERS
8. lifestyle | 10 Dec 2014
» DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc will offer a children’s television channel in Thailand and 18 other Asian countries by the second half of next year, the first television channel for the movie studio that made Shrek and Kung...
9. learning | 11 Apr 2013
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» That cute little panda that captured the hearts of Thais throughout the country when it was born in the Chiang Mai Zoo in 2009 is no longer little and not quite so cute, but news that she is about to leave for China will...
10. learning | 24 Dec 2010
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» With only a few months left until Lhinping turns two, Thailand still does not have an agreement with the Chinese to keep the panda cub in Chiang Mai.