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Edinburgh Zoo pandas loaded onto plane for their return to China


Crates containing two endangered giant pandas are loaded onto a plane as they return to China after 12 years in the United Kingdom at Edinburgh Zoo in Scotland. It had been hoped female panda Tian Tian ("Sweetie") and male Yang Guang ("Sunshine") would breed while at the zoo, but they did not produce a cub. The pair are flying back to Chengdu where they will live at a wildlife sanctuary. IMAGES

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