Spring is in the air, and baby panda-making is in the minds of zookeepers at the Smithsonian's National Zoo — if not those of their panda charges. Zookeepers decided to artificially inseminate female giant panda Mei Xiang, at the Washington, D.C., zoo Monday, and live-tweeted the proceedings. It's the second try, after a first insemination Sunday.
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