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Shocking images show a giant panda at a Chinese zoo foraging through RUBBISH

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The images, captured by a visitor to Taiyuan Zoo in Shanxi province, showed the bear rooting through assorted junk in its enclosure, including a water bottle, food debris and a balloon.
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