World's 1st wild-training-base-born baby panda celebrates one-month birthday

16:47, September 06, 2010      

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Caocao's baby, the world's first giant panda to be born in a wild training base, celebrated its first month of life on Sept. 4, according to chinapanda.org.cn.

After he was born in Hetaoping Wild Training Base on Aug. 3, the researchers has developed the related research work and give Caocao and her baby a relatively simple living environment. The baby panda growth has been healthy and his weight has reached 1,235 grams, which is 1,030 grams more than one month ago.

By Wang Qianyuanxue, People's Daily Online
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