A naturally conceived giant panda cub has been born in Vienna, the city's main zoo announced on Monday, a rare event that it said is unique in Europe to the Austrian capital. Getting the shy, bamboo-eating mammals to mate is a famously difficult task, so much so that breeding centers usually turn to artificial insemination instead. "As far as giant pandas are concerned, Vienna is obviously fertile ground," Vienna's Schoenbrunn Zoo, set in the landscaped gardens of a former imperial summer residence, said in a statement.
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