A giant panda given by China as a gift to Taiwan has given birth to a second female cub after being artificially inseminated, Taipei Zoo announced on Monday.Yuan Yuan and her partner Tuan Tuan have been top attractions since arriving from mainland China in 2008 as a symbol of what were then warm relations across the Taiwan Strait.The unnamed cub, weighing 186 grams, was born on Sunday after a five-hour labour, the zoo said.“We were hoping the mother could look after the cub. But Yuan Yuan was…



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