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Black and white in markings, and about the size of an American black bear, giant pandas have become a Zoo visitor favourite.
They spend their days eating a lot of bamboo, and both have become quite fond of the numerous enrichment items their keepers create and offer them daily to simulate the activities they would encounter in a wild habitat.
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