• Kyodo, Reuters

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A female giant panda at Tokyo’s Ueno zoo has shown signs of being pregnant, including reduced appetite and longer sleeping times, the zoo’s operator said.

If 11-year-old Shin Shin does give birth, the cub will be the first giant panda born at Ueno Zoological Gardens in five years.

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