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the newspaper in Washington national news four month old panda Baybay made her debut on Wednesday nearly eighteen pound pickup is strong and healthy which is good news considering his twin brother didn't survive infancy do officials said the little Cup with more active than its older sibling often crawling in exploring his surroundings , it is still learning to walk him eat solid food , David's mother may Chang is one of the top tourist draws nearer capital giant pandas are among the world's most endangered species and have a very low reproductive rate especially in captivity there are only three hundred giant pandas in captivity about sixteen hundred in the wild , the general public on over baby at the Smithsonian's national zoo in Washington DC starting January sixteenth