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Giant panda cub Xiao Qi Ji loves spending his days at Washington D.C.'s National Zoo playing with his mom Mei Xiang, climbing his jungle gym, and napping in his hammock
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Xiao Qi Ji the panda cub recently experienced snow for the first time and is starting to explore the outdoor portion of his exhibit at the National Zoo
Xiao Qi Ji the panda cub is growing at a healthy rate, and is learning new skills every day.
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On Thanksgiving Day, National Zoo panda cub Xiao Qi Ji took several steps on his own before collapsing near his mom
Animal lovers have until Friday to vote for one of the four names selected by the National Zoo’s panda team and their panda conservation colleagues in China
The panda cub, born Aug. 21, is vocal with mom, a fan of sleeping, and is quickly learning how to walk on all four paws
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The former vice president said he believes students and young people have "caught on" to the importance of fighting climate change
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"You have changed the way I see service, you’ve changed the way I see war, you’ve changed the way I see this entire country," said the former first lady
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