Recently, ldquo; Ya & rdquo;, a giant panda living in the United States, has attracted wide attention from domestic netizens.
According to the latest report, a document on the website of the Federal Gazette showsThe U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) has received an application from ldquo; Memphis Zoo & rdquo;.
The details are as follows: the applicant applies to transfer biological samples taken from a captive female giant panda, the remains of a male giant panda and the body of a giant panda to a Chinese zoo to promote the reproduction or survival of the species.
According to the website, the publicity period for the document officially began on March 13 and lasted for 31 days until April 12.
At the end of the publicity period, USFWS will issue a license and issue a notice in the Federal Gazette, which can be accessed by the license number on the US government documents website.
Netizens have expressed the hope to speed up the publicity process, complete various procedures as soon as possible, send Yaya home, & ldquo; we have lost Lele, we can not lose Yaya again. & rdquo
It is reported that Lele, who lived at the Memphis Zoo with the giant panda Yaya on April 7, 2003, was found dead on the morning of February 1, 2023, local time at the age of 25.
After the Chinese team of giant pandas arrived at the Memphis Zoo, they completed the autopsy examination of the giant panda & ldquo; Lele & rdquo; together with American experts.Heart disease was observed and it was initially determined to be the cause of death, butThe results of further pathological tests are needed to confirm.
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