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The female panda cub born a month ago at Ueno Zoological Gardens in Tokyo is set to be named by the public, with the Tokyo Metropolitan Government planning to accept suggestions from July 28.

The name will be decided in September when the cub turns 100 days old, as it is said in China that a cub which survives for 100 days will grow up strong. The cub at Ueno Zoo was born on June 12.

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