By: Ku Chuan and Lillian Lin
Taipei, July 14 (CNA) Two panda experts flew to Taipei from China Tuesday to help the Taipei Zoo monitor giant panda Yuan Yuan, who has been showing signs of pregnancy lately, though zookeepers are yet not able to provide confirmation.
A spokesman of the zoo said Tuesday that Yuan Yuan received two artificial inseminations on March 26 and 27.
On June 11, zookeepers found the 11-year-old panda apparently losing her appetite and exhibiting other signs of pregnancy. [FULL STORY]