'The other male pandas clearly saw Xiang Xiang as a threat. Next time we will choose a female panda.'
LI DESHENG, deputy director of the Wolong Giant Panda Research Center in Sichuan, China, on Xiang Xiang, the first panda bred in captivity to be released into the wild. Scientists recently confirmed that Xiang Xiang had died after being chased by wild pandas and falling out of a tree
'I'll do what I can to have it legalized.'
DR. JACK KEVORKIAN, who was released from prison June 1 after serving eight years for...
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