Poisonous Gas leak killed a mother Panda in zoo of China
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Poisonous Gas leak killed a mother Panda in zoo of China

Jinan : China | Jul 27, 2010 at 3:53 AM PDT
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A panda was died at Jinan Zoo on Thursday in China. Panda Quan Quan was the mother of 7 cubs. Quan Quan lived in Jinan zoo for three years. She was been very popular female panda in visitors of Jinan zoo. The Zoo management said in a press conference on Monday that mother panda was killed due to inhaling a poisoning Gas leaking on Thursday nearby the zoo. Police are further investigating the death of panda.

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