Panda Miscarriage at the Zoo

 | Wed 18 Nov 2015 09:04 ICT

CityNews – November 17th, at Chiang Mai Zoo, Benjapon Nakprasert, director of the Zoological Park Organisation Under the Royal Patronage of H.M. the King, Dr Boripat Siriaroonrat, head of Office of Project for Panda Research and Display in Thailand, and Nipon Wichairat, director of Chiang Mai Zoo released a statement that Lin Hui, Chiang Mai’s famous panda who had been expecting to deliver a baby between 9th – 28th October, had a miscarriage last week.

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After her due date had come and gone, doctors did ultrasounds and later found that the foetus was gone.

Officials have kept watching over Lin Hui’s condition to see when she is ready for the artificial insemination again. A chance of pregnancy will become more difficult as Lin Hui gets older.

Due to the miscarriage, Chinese experts have been invited to Chiang Mai to give consultation and take care of Lin Hui for three months.