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Newborn Giant Panda Cub Dies and Our Nation Mourns the Loss Along With Mei Xiang

Post by Julie Ryan EvansSome extremely sad news comes out of our nation's capital today, as the new giant panda cub has died. Just last week the world celebrated the birth of the unexpected cub, and today zoo officials found it dead, after hearing cries of distress from its mother, Mei Xiang. The National Zoo tweeted this morning: "We are brokenhearted to share that we have lost our little giant panda cub.
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