The pandas for the Berlin Zoo come from the breeding station near the huge metropolis of Chengdu. The female Meng Meng is almost four years old. Your name will be translated as a dream. The nearly seven-year-old Jiao Qing is called in German treasures. The two giant pandas are to become the new attraction of the Berlin Zoo. A Lufthansa cargo flight from Chengdu to Berlin. The animals are in the air for more than twelve hours. Two animal owners from China and the Berlin Zoo veterinarian Andreas Ochs are on board. The landing at the airport Berlin-Schönefeld is about 2.00 pm. They are greeted by

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The pandas for the Berlin Zoo come from the breeding station near the huge metropolis of Chengdu. The female Meng Meng is almost four years old. Your name will be translated as a dream. The nearly seven-year-old Jiao Qing is called in German treasures. The two giant pandas are to become the new attraction of the Berlin Zoo. A Lufthansa cargo flight from Chengdu to Berlin. The animals are in the air for more than twelve hours. Two animal owners from China and the Berlin Zoo veterinarian Andreas Ochs are on board. The landing at the airport Berlin-Schönefeld is about 2.00 pm. They are greeted by
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The pandas for the Berlin Zoo come from the breeding station near the huge metropolis of Chengdu. The female Meng Meng is almost four years old. Your name will be translated as a dream. The nearly seven-year-old Jiao Qing is called in German treasures. The two giant pandas are to become the new attraction of the Berlin Zoo. A Lufthansa cargo flight from Chengdu to Berlin. The animals are in the air for more than twelve hours. Two animal owners from China and the Berlin Zoo veterinarian Andreas Ochs are on board. The landing at the airport Berlin-Schönefeld is about 2.00 pm. They are greeted by BERLIN, the Berlin-based director, Michael Müller (SPD), and the Chinese ambassador Shi Mingde, who are not yet opened. The award of Pandas is considered a gesture of benevolence. The Zoo lends the animals at least 15 years and pays an annual fee of 920,000 euros per year for both animals. 70 percent for the protection of wild pandas. A further 20 percent go to the Chengdu Panda Base, a breeding station in the central province of Sichuan. (Photo by Simone Kuhlmey/Pacific Press)

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