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First Lady Nancy Reagan watches as school children put money in a panda shaped bank in front of the panda cages at the National Zoo in Washington on Monday, March 26, 1984. Mrs. Reagan asked American school children to donate "pennies for pandas," launching a nationwide campaign to save China's remaining wild pandas from starvation. The Chinese government has also launched a campaign that pledged $1.3 million to help rescue the pandas from areas where their food supply is dying and transport them to rescue centers. One of the National Zoo's pandas, Hsing-Hsing, is visible behind Mrs. Reagan. (AP Photo/Lana Harris)

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March 26, 1984 03:00:00 AM
November 03, 2008 10:13:43 PM
Lana Harris
AP
ASSOCIATED PRESS
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Zoological parks, Children, Animals, Panda bears, Science education venues, Science education, Science, Zoological parks, Science museums, Science museums, Museums, Leisure travel, Travel, Lifestyle, Museums, Entertainment, Environment and nature, Carnivores, Mammals
A, Childhood, donations, Down, In, Looking, pandas, Row, Standing, zoo
Washington, DIST. OF COLUMBIA, United States
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