Beijing:  Wu Kongju, an expert at the Chengdu research base of giant panda breeding in China, rejected reports that a panda named Ai Hin was faking pregnancy to get more buns and bamboo. China’s state Xinhua news agency reported on Tuesday that Ai Hin may be faking pregnancy by showing signs such as reduced appetite and less mobility. Expectant pandas are put up in single, air-conditioned room and fed with more buns, fruits and bamboo than non-pregnant pandas.

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