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Critters

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What's black and white and upside down?

Associated Press
This photo provided by the San Diego Zoo shows Giant panda cub Yun Zi as he tugs at his 19-year-old mother, Bai Yun, at the San Diego Zoo. After more than two weeks of renovations, the two returned to the spruced up Giant Panda Research Station to find new items to interact with including the log that Bai Yun is hanging from and a large pile of dirt that the cub was rolling in. The two spent 20 minutes wrestling in dirt, climbing logs and exploring the exhibit before taking a nap and starting over. Other new items in the panda exhibits are Chinese elm trees, shrubs and sod.

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