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Twin Pandas Born In Atlanta

Lun Lun, a 15-year-old giant panda housed at Zoo Atlanta, gave birth to a pair of twins this week, which join a panda family at the zoo that includes their father, Yang Yang, and two brothers. What do you think?

  • “Oh, good. Finally some new twins for mine to play with.”

    Marylou Keeney
    Explosives Handler
  • “I’m sure Yang Yang’s acting all excited, but I bet inside he’s totally freaking out.”

    Phil Slater
    Hamper Maker
  • “I don’t care what species it is, teenagers should not be having kids.”

    Toby Winton
    Systems Analyst