San Diego Zoo panda growing teeth, say vets
SAN DIEGO, Calif. (KABC) -- The San Diego Zoo's newest baby panda has hit a new milestone! Vets say they felt the panda's teeth just below the gums.
The cub weighed in at 7.26 pounds and measured 11 inches long at its latest and eighth exam on Tuesday..
Zoo officials said the cub is getting much more mobile, even crawling during the exam.
The baby was born July 29. The zoo will announce the panda's name in November once he is 100 days old, which is a Chinese tradition.
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