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Such are the quirks of the species’ biology, however, that nobody yet knows for certain if she is pregnant, so keepers will be looking out for signs that she is about to go into labour, such as restless behaviour and bleating.
She even stuck her tongue out at the crowds at Edinburgh Zoo, where she lives with partner Yang Guang, whose name means Sunshine (he wasn’t revealing much either, just eating bamboo and sleeping a lot as usual).
Pandas are notoriously picky about mating and, unfortunately, sparks failed to fly between Tian Tian and Yang Guang, both aged eight, following their arrival in 2011 after a 5,000-mile flight from China, which is loaning them to Britain.
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