A giant panda cub made her full debut at Japan’s oldest zoo in Tokyo on Tuesday, greeted by lucky visitors who obtained tickets in a competitive lottery.
Ticket holders, some donning panda ears and dressed in black and white, lined up in the cold for over an hour before the first group was allowed to view Xiang Xiang, the first panda born to a resident mother at the zoo and publicly exhibited in nearly 30 years.
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