The China Post
Date: July 19, 2017
By: The China Post
TAIPEI, Taiwan — There won’t be any newborn pandas gracing Taipei Zoo this year.
The zoo announced Wednesday that Yuan Yuan was without baby, after staff inseminated her on March 17 with sperm from her apparently estranged hubby Tuan Tuan. The two giant pandas, who arrived in Taiwan from China in 2008, have so far had only one child together: Yuan Zai, who was born in 2013.
Perhaps they’re following their home country’s one-child policy.
But it hasn’t all been bleak news for the prospect of a preggers panda in Taipei Zoo.
Yuan Zai not only recently turned 4 years old but also appeared to be going through a phantom pregnancy. [FULL STORY]