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Lun Lun, Zoo Atlanta's 13-year-old giant panda is pregnant with her third cub.

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This photo provided by Zoo Atlanta shows the ultrasound confirming the pregnancy.
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Researchers from The Peregrine Fund are examining the birds as they migrate through southern Texas for any potentially harmful effects from BP's April 20 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
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Stewie

Panda mom is expecting, the chimp vs. the cop car and gators in the neighborhood. Tall Tails has looked at them all, and you get the pick of the litter. We've selected the best Associated Press critters videos from the past week.

Ultrasound reveals baby panda

Zoo Atlanta's 13-year-old giant panda is expecting and will likely give birth early next month. An ultrasound exam confirms that Lun Lun is pregnant with her third cub, which would be the only giant panda born at a U.S. zoo this year.

Dash cam raw video

A large chimpanzee named Suko takes a garbage bin for a spin and smashes the window of a police car in Kansas City, Mo.

To see the video, click here.

Gators in the hole

Wildlife officials wrangle two big alligators that wandered into a residential area in Mississippi, getting stuck in a drainage hole. Excited neighbors watch the roundup.

To see the video, click here.

Falcons are like canaries in the mine

The Peregrine falcon, the top predatory bird is being used by scientists as an environmental barometer for the health of the food chain in the aftermath of BP's massive Gulf of Mexico oil spill.

To see the video, click here.

Long drink of water

A Reno, NV woman is the proud owner of the world's longest domestic cat. The Stewie is 48 1/2 inches long from tip to tail.

To see the video, click here.

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