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Giant Panda Mating

 
Pandas are solitary animals; they avoid direct contact with their own kind.
At certain times pandas are forced to spend time together like all solitary animals do.
In the spring females and males seek each other out to mate.
In autumn the female gives birth to single cub. 
Pandas are solitary animals; they avoid direct contact with their own kind.
At certain times pandas are forced to spend time together like all solitary animals do.
In the spring females and males seek each other out to mate.
In autumn the female gives birth to single cub.
Attempts at captive breeding started in china in 1955, but it was not a success until September 9th 1963 when Ming Ming, the first ever captive bred panda was born in the Beijing Zoo.

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