As pandas with twins usually raise only one of the cubs, the zoo is actively supporting Meng Meng, in the rearing process.
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Germany's first giant panda cubs have been born and their mother, Meng Meng, is doing a wonderful job looking after the pink twins who bear no resemblance to their black and white furry parents, Berlin Zoo announced Monday.The zoo is also home to the cubs' father, Jiao Ching.As pandas with twins usually raise only one of the cubs, the zoo is actively supporting Meng Meng, 6, in the rearing process and has enlisted experts from China's Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding Zoo to help.
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