Cachorro de panda debuta en el zoológico de Washington DC

El pequeño panda nació el 22 de agosto y hasta ahora solo los empleados del zoológico habían tenido la oportunidad de verlo

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El cachorro de panda Bei Bei hizo su primera aparición oficial en público el sábado en el Zoológico Nacional en Washington DC.

In this photo taken Dec. 14, 2015, animal keeper Stacey Tabellario holds Bei Bei, the National Zoo's newest panda and offspring of Mei Xiang and Tian Tian, as he is presented to members of the media at the National Zoo in Washington. The youngest giant panda cub at the National Zoo is ready for his close-up. Bei Bei will make his public debut on Jan. 16. During an audience with a small news media contingent Monday, he was so relaxed that he fell asleep and drooled on an examination table. At nearly 4 months old, Bei Bei weighs more than 17 pounds and is gaining about a pound a week. He’s bigger than his older siblings were at the same age. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)AP / AP

El pequeño panda nació el 22 de agosto y hasta ahora solo los empleados del zoológico habían tenido la oportunidad de verlo desde el 8 de enero.

Giant panda cub Bei Bei, seen through glass, tries to get out of his box as he awakes at the National Zoo in Washington, Saturday, Jan. 16, 2016. The cub, born Aug. 22, made his public debut Saturday, though zoo members have been able to see him since Jan. 8. (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana)AP / AP

Bei Bei es el tercer cachorro vivo de sus padres, Tian Tian y Mei Xiang, que también se encuentran en el zoológico con su segunda cría, Bao Bao, que nació en 2013.

Panda Cam volunteer operator Marie Hart, look at the screens of the giant Panda cub Bei Bei and his mother Mei Xiang, Saturday, Jan. 16, 2016, at the National Zoo in Washington. The cub, born Aug. 22, made his public debut Saturday, though zoo members have been able to see him since Jan. 8. (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana)AP / AP

La primera cría de la pareja de pandas, Tai Shan, vive en China.

Giant panda cub Bei Bei, seen through glass, stretches as he awakes in his pen at the National Zoo in Washington, Saturday, Jan. 16, 2016. The cub, born Aug. 22, made his public debut Saturday, though zoo members have been able to see him since Jan. 8. (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana)AP / AP

Un cachorro gemelo de Bei Bei murió poco después del nacimiento de ambos el mismo día.

National Zoo visitors take pictures of the giant Panda cub Bei Bei and his mother Mei Xiang, rear, Saturday, Jan. 16, 2016, at the zoo in Washington. The cub, born Aug. 22, made his public debut Saturday, though zoo members have been able to see him since Jan. 8. (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana)AP / AP