Replacing Hsing-Hsing

Host Bob Edwards talks with Ginette Hemley of the World Wildlife Fund about the National Zoo's efforts to replace their giant panda, Hsing-Hsing. He was put to sleep over the weekend after suffering from kidney disease. Pandas are extremely popular at zoos all over the world. Their only native habitat is China, which loans pandas to zoos for about a million dollars a year.

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