Pigeon pair panda cubs born in nw china

Added On July 13, 2019

A giant panda has given birth to a pigeon pair of cubs at a breeding base in northwest China's Shaanxi province.

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The Shaanxi Rare Wild Animals Rescue and Breeding Research Center said that the male cub weighs 122 grams and his twin sister weighs 170 grams.
The 19-year-old mother, Zhu Zhu, underwent artificial insemination in March and her gestation period this time was 105 days.
The staff at the base took immediate measures after the experienced mother started to show prenatal behaviors.
The giant panda remains one of the world's most endangered species.
Shaanxi is now home to 345 wild giant pandas, accounting for 18.5 percent of China's total.