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Nuan Nuan, the first Malaysian-born female giant panda cub, is seen at Malaysia’s national zoo yesterday. Nuan Nuan will head back to China on November 14, more than two years after her parents unexpectedly gave birth to her on August 18, 2015. Wan Junaidi, Malaysia’s minister of natural resources and environment, said Malaysia is sending Nuan Nuan to China to give her sufficient time to adapt to her natural habitat. — Xinhua

Nuan Nuan, the first Malaysian-born female giant panda cub, is seen at Malaysia’s national zoo yesterday. Nuan Nuan will head back to China on November 14, more than two years after her parents unexpectedly gave birth to her on August 18, 2015. Wan Junaidi, Malaysia’s minister of natural resources and environment, said Malaysia is sending Nuan Nuan to China to give her sufficient time to adapt to her natural habitat. — Xinhua

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