France's baby panda makes its first public appearance – video

France’s five-month-old panda made its public debut, delighting hundreds of visitors as it crawled, tumbled and cuddled with its mother. The small male cub, survivor of two babies born on 4 August at Beauval zoo, was named Yuan Meng last month by his ‘godmother’, the French first lady, Brigitte Macron. The cub lost its twin sibling barely two hours after birth. A media sensation in France, Yuan Meng’s recent visitors have include the French president, Emmanuel Macron, and the former president Nicolas Sarkozy. The arrival of the panda parents in the country in 2012 was billed in official circles as a sign of warming bilateral ties between China and France Continue reading...

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