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Panda cub Tai Shan receives 9th exam
Updated: 2005-10-22 09:49

Smithsonian's National Zoo keeper Brenda Morgan (R) holds giant panda cub Tai Shan as Chief Veterinarian Suzan Murray listens to his heart during his ninth exam at the Washington zoo, on October 21, 2005. The cub, born on July 9, now weighs 14.1 pounds and is 27.1 inches long. At the exam, Tai Shan received his third vaccine against canine distemper. [Reuters]

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