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