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Tai Shan, born at The National Zoo in 2005, is leaving for China today, February 4th, as part of the agreement between the United States and China. There are 14 pandas on loan from China in U.S. zoos.
Giant Panda Tai Shan peers from his shipping crate at the National Zoo as he gets ready for his trip to China on February 4, 2010 in Washington, DC. Tai Shan was born at the zoo in 2005, and is leaving to China as part of the agreement between the United States and China. There are 14 pandas on loan from China in U.S. zoos. UPI/Pat Benic
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Tai Shan, a 4 year old male giant panda, is moved into a FedEx Express 777 Freighter airplane at Dulles Airport in Dulles, Virginia on February 4, 2010. Tai Shan and another 3 year old female panda, Mei Lan, from the Atlanta Zoo, will be transported on the "FedEx Panda Express" to Chengdu, China to join the country's breeding and conservation program. Both pandas are owned by the Chinese government and were leased to the United States. UPI/Alexis C. Glenn.
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Giant Panda Tai Shan is put aboard a truck in a shipping crate as he leaves the Asian Trail at the National Zoo, getting ready for his trip to China on February 4, 2010 in Washington, DC. Tai Shan was born at the zoo in 2005, and is leaving to China as part of the agreement between the United States and China. There are 14 pandas on loan from China in U.S. zoos. UPI/Pat Benic.
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Giant Panda Tai Shan is moved from his home in a shipping crate through the Asian Trail at the National Zoo as he gets ready for his trip to China on February 4, 2010 in Washington, DC. Tai Shan was born at the zoo in 2005, and is leaving to China as part of the agreement between the United States and China. There are 14 pandas on loan from China in U.S. zoos. UPI/Pat Benic.
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Giant Panda Tai Shan is moved from his home in a shipping crate through the Asian Trail at the National Zoo as he gets ready for his trip to China on February 4, 2010 in Washington, DC. Tai Shan was born at the zoo in 2005, and is leaving to China as part of the agreement between the United States and China. There are 14 pandas on loan from China in U.S. zoos. UPI/Pat Benic
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