San Diego Zoo will receive two new giant pandas from China after nearly all pandas in U.S. were returned


After nearly all of the giant pandas on loan at U.S. zoos were returned to China, the San Diego Zoo has announced they will get two new pandas from the country. They are expected to arrive this summer.
The San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance announced Sunday that its care team leaders visited China and met two giant pandas – Yun Chuan and Xin Bao, who will be cared for at the California zoo.
Yun Chuan is almost 5 years old and is the grandson of Bai Yun, who lived at the San Diego Zoo for 23 years, the zoo said in a news release. His name is a combination of his grandmother’s and the province where he came from, Chuan.
Xin Bao is almost four years old and, like Yun Chuan, was born at China’s Wolong Shenshuping Panda Base. The name Xin Bao means


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