TROUBLE IN PANDALAND 

TROUBLE IN PANDALAND

It looks like Yan Yan, a giant panda originally selected by the Chinese government to be loaned to the Memphis Zoo for 10 years, will be staying in China. According to the AP, Yan Yan has a nasty toothache and is in serious need of dental work. Another giant panda from the Shanghai Zoo named Le Le has been designated as Yan Yan's tentative replacement. There is, however, always the possibility that Le Le may need to stay home and wash his hair.

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