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A Tokyo zoo said Tuesday it will stop displaying a giant panda believed to have become pregnant.

Ueno Zoological Gardens said it will remove Shin Shin, 11, from public viewing from Thursday, after she began showing signs of pregnancy last week. A urine test has also indicated the panda is pregnant, the zoo said.

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