Bao Bao Bound for China: Final Hours in DC

WASHINGTON — On the schedule for Bao Bao’s last day at D.C.’s National Zoo: a crunchy bamboo snack, 90 minutes of playtime and a final farewell to her keepers.

American-born panda Bao Bao — the first surviving cub born at the national zoo since 2005 — has enchanted the local public for the past three years. On Tuesday, she heads off to Chengdu, China, where she will eventually join a panda breeding program.

Here is a timeline of Bao Bao’s final day before she takes her flight.

Bao Bao enjoys her final meal at the zoo. Watch the video below.

Just one final meal? Why not two? Watch the video below.

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