Giant panda Tian Tian is believed to be pregnant and may give birth by the end of the month. Keepers at Edinburgh Zoo have
Of course you’ve seen a baby panda before, but here’s another one just to let you wallow in that cuteness. Despite his age
Disappointed officials at Edinburgh Zoo recently revealed the female giant panda Tian Tian, who was thought to be pregnant
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Zookeepers in Taiwan's zoo introduced a month-old baby panda cub to her mother. It looked like it might all go horribly wrong
A giant panda is given a birthday cake at San Diego Zoo. Yun Zi happily tucked into the dessert made of apple, sweet potato
A giant panda has given birth in Taipei Zoo. The remarkable moment was captured on camera as Yuan Yuan and partner Tuan Tuan
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Artificial insemination was always planned for our pandas, even if natural mating occurred, because it best mimics the multiple mating strategy of pandas in the wild. Like IVF, artificial insemination is essentially an opportunity for science to give Mother Nature a helping hand.
Perhaps the poor panda's problem is that it is neither directly useful to humans like cows, sheep, potatoes and apples (whose populations have thrived alongside those of humans), nor has it ever been simply domesticated. Does another species need to be directly useful to humans in order for us to justify its survival?