World’s oldest panda dies in China zoo

BEIJING — China is anguish a genocide of a world’s oldest panda, Basi, who upheld divided during a age of 37.

Caretakers in a eastern city of Fuzhou pronounced Basi was pang from a series of ailments, including liver and kidney problems, when she died Wednesday.

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Her physique is to be recorded and placed in a museum dedicated to her life.

Giant Panda Basi Celebrates 35th Birthday In Fuzhou

A tributary feeds birthday cake for Basi during a 35th birthday during Fuzhou Panda World on Nov. 28, 2015 in Fuzhou, Fujian Province of China. 

Pandas are generally deliberate aged after reaching 20 though can live for many some-more years in captivity, where they can be treated for diseases and safeguarded from accidents.

An estimated 1,864 live in a wild, where they are threatened customarily with medium loss, and around 420 others live in chains in zoos and reserves, a infancy within China.

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