A giant female panda at Tokyo's Ueno Zoo went back on public view Tuesday after it was confirmed that she is not pregnant, zoo officials said.
Shin Shin was removed from public display on June 4 after she started showing signs of possible pregnancy. But it was a false alarm, zoo officials said.
Shin Shin and her male partner Ri Ri have been at the zoo since February 2011. Shin Shin's first cub died last July, after becoming the first giant panda to be born at the facility in 24 years.© Japan Today