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Each display has a theme, such as the 50-foot-long wall of panda lanterns and the cluster of dinosaurs that change colors.
This makes a total of 42 panda babies born this year, which includes 15 sets of twins (!!) and is the highest amount of births on record since the start of the center's breeding program.
Each of these cubs helps strengthen the vulnerable panda population and has the potential of being reintroduced into the wild later in life.
The most satisfying view is from the roof, where the panda appears to have hoisted itself just enough to peek over the top of the building, perhaps in search of bamboo.
Speaking of Pops, panda patriarch Yang Yang turns 20 on Saturday, Sept. 9.
Apple includes a collection of a dozen Animojis at launch, characters such as a panda, unicorn, or, yep, a pile of poo.
Perhaps nowhere is that more apparent than here in Chengdu, a sprawling metropolis of nearly 16 million that is best known for its pandas and mouth-numbing spicy food but is quickly becoming a hotbed of hip-hop, particularly rap.
The first four of its new national parks are focused on charismatic animals, including pandas, Asian elephants and Tibetan antelope.
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