A four-month-old female pandas debuted Saturday at Zoo Negara in the Malaysian capital Malaysia
Born in January, the cub is the second panda offspring of the two Xing Xing and Liang Liang, who were leased from China in 2014. In 2015, they gave birth to their first son, Nuan Nuan.
According to zoo workers, the panda now weighs nine kilograms and is well maintained.
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At present, the new cub stays in a special hospice and will be able to live with her parents when she is seven months old.
This second grows pretty fast. It's pretty fast compared to Nuan Nuan. We do not know the activity until it reaches about six or seven months. Now she can move a little, very slowly moving, "said Dr. Mat Naim, director of the Giant Panda Conservation Center under the Negara Zoo.
From Saturday, visitors can see the panda cub in the zoo for some hours on Morning or Afternoon.
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Chinese ambassador to Malaysia, Bai Tian, also came to pay a special visit to the newborn panda. He said she was a new envoy, symbolizing the friendship between China and Malaysia.
"Everyone, please remember that there are three more Chinese ambassadors in Malaysia besides me, we share the same property – greasiness and have the same mission – promoting the friendship between China and Malaysia," said Bai.
Bai also said that the name of the baby panda will be determined by suggestions from the public and will be published after the selection has been made.