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Nuan Nuan the subject of fake news

GIANT panda Nuan Nuan, born in Zoo Negara in 2015, has become the subject of fake news in China with a report claiming that it was returned to Sichuan because Malaysia could not afford to feed an extra panda. According to Sin Chew Daily, the fake report was circulated on cyberspace and had insinuated that Malaysia was unable to fork out the resources to keep a panda which was picky about its eating habits as it would only feed on young bamboo shoots imported from China.

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Baby panda’s first birthday party

PETALING JAYA: The sight of the second giant baby panda enjoying a cake made of ice, bamboo shoots and panda treats to mark its first birthday is delighting visitors at Zoo Negara’s Giant Panda Conservation Centre.

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Giant panda cub 'Adik' celebrates first birthday with 'ice cake'

KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The adorable antics of a giant panda cub named "Adik" delighted visitors at Zoo Negara's Giant Panda Conservation Centre (GPCC)

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Baby panda is quite the ‘talker’

AMPANG: Malaysia’s second female panda cub is friendly, active, and quite a “talker!”

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It’s a boy, it’s a girl, no it’s a female panda

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia will request for a male panda cub from China to accompany Xing Xing and Liang Liang’s second newborn female cub.

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Xing Xing-Liang Liang's second cub is a girl

PETALING JAYA: The newborn second cub to giant pandas Xing Xing and Liang Liang is a female that weighs 190g.

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Sex of newborn panda still unknown as mother is very protective

KUCHING: The sex of the panda cub born five days ago at the National Zoo in Hulu Kelang, Selangor cannot be determined yet, as the mother is overly protective of its offspring.

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Xing Xing-Liang Liang’s second cub proof of blissful life

PETALING JAYA: The birth of the second cub to giant pandas Xing Xing and Liang Liang shows that they are happy to live in Malaysia, said the Prime Minister.