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GERMANY/
RTXDRV8
April 08, 2009
A Chinese Leopard cub (Panthera pardus japonensis) snarls during a name giving ceremony at the 'Tierpark...
Hamburg, Germany
Chinese Leopard cub snarls during name giving ceremony at Hagenbeck zoo in Hamburg
A Chinese Leopard cub (Panthera pardus japonensis) snarls during a name giving ceremony at the 'Tierpark Hagenbeck' zoo in Hamburg April 8, 2009. The two cubs Zhang Jie (female) and Zhongni (male) where born at the Zoo on February 23, 2009. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY ANIMALS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
THAILAND PANDAS
RTRD0AD
February 18, 2004
Three-year-old Chuang Chuang (L) and two-year-old Lin Hui play in their compound at the Chiang Mai Zoo,...
Chiang Mai, Thailand - Kingdom of
PANDAS CHUANG CHUANG AND LIN HUI FROM CHINA PLAY AT CHIANG MAI ZOO IN THAILAND.
Three-year-old Chuang Chuang (L) and two-year-old Lin Hui play in their compound at the Chiang Mai Zoo, nearly 700 km (435 miles) north of Bangkok on February 18, 2004. The giant pandas, which arrived from China in October, have been quarantined to cut the risk of them catching the highly infectious bird flu which killed a rare clouded leopard at another Thailand zoo. REUTERS/Adrees Latif AL/BM
THAILAND PANDAS
RTRCZFU
February 18, 2004
Three-year-old Chuang Chuang (R) and two-year-old Lin Hui play in their compound at the Chiang Mai Zoo,...
Chiang Mai, Thailand - Kingdom of
GIANT PANDAS FROM CHINA PLAY IN COMPOUND AT CHIANG MAI ZOO IN THAILAND.
Three-year-old Chuang Chuang (R) and two-year-old Lin Hui play in their compound at the Chiang Mai Zoo, nearly 700 km (435 miles) north of Bangkok on February 18, 2004. The giant pandas, which arrived from China in October, have been quarantined to cut the risk of them catching the highly infectious bird flu which killed a rare clouded leopard at another Thailand zoo. REUTERS/Adrees Latif AL/CP
THAILAND PANDAS
RTRCZFL
February 18, 2004
Three-year-old Chuang Chuang (L) plays with two-year-old Lin Hui in their compound at the Chiang Mai...
Chiang Mai, Thailand - Kingdom of
PANDA CHUANG CHUANG PLAYS WITH LIN HUI AT CHIANG MAI ZOO IN THAILAND.
Three-year-old Chuang Chuang (L) plays with two-year-old Lin Hui in their compound at the Chiang Mai Zoo, nearly 700 km (435 miles) north of Bangkok on February 18, 2004. The giant pandas, which arrived from China in October, have been quarantined to cut the risk of them catching the highly infectious bird flu which killed a rare clouded leopard in another Thailand zoo. REUTERS/Adrees Latif AL/CP
BIRDFLU THAILAND PANDAS
RTRCWDO
February 17, 2004
Lin Hui, a female panda, eats a carrot inside Chiang Mai Zoo, in northern Thailand, after arriving from...
Chiang Mai, Thailand - Kingdom of
FILE PHOTO OF LIN HUI, A FEMALE PANDA, AT CHIANG MAI ZOO IN NORTHERN THAILAND.
Lin Hui, a female panda, eats a carrot inside Chiang Mai Zoo, in northern Thailand, after arriving from China in this October 12, 2003 file photo. A Thai zoo has quarantined its pair of pandas, one of the world's most endangered animals and its biggest draw, to cut the risk of them catching the highly infectious bird flu which killed a rare clouded leopard. The pandas, three-year-old Chuang Chuang and two-year-old Lin Hui, had been kept inside for a month, Tanapattana Ponpamorn of the Chiang Mai zoo, 700 km (435 miles) north of Bangkok said on February 17, 2004. REUTERS/Chavanond Petcharat/Pool/Files AW SM/FA
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