Singapore seeks name for panda cub that ‘reflects friendship with China’

Almost a month after Singapore welcomed its first giant panda cub, members of the public will be invited to suggest a name for the baby, who was announced on Friday to be a boy. This was revealed by Wildlife Reserves Singapore (WRS), which said that the name of the cub would be chosen before it turns 100 days old on November 21.The panda cub was born on August 14 to Jia Jia and Kai Kai, who had succeeded in birthing the cub on their seventh breeding season that began in April.WRS said that as a…

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