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"Kai Kai", a panda from <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO00000014" title="China" href="/topic/international/china-PLGEO00000014.topic">China</a>, bites into some bamboo in its enclosure during a media preview at the River Safari in <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO00000160" title="Singapore" href="/topic/international/singapore-PLGEO00000160.topic">Singapore</a>.  Two giant pandas, aged four and five-years old and on loan from China for 10 years to the Wildlife Reserve Singapore (WRS) - the parent company to the city's Jurong Bird Park, Night Safari and Singapore Zoo, are being housed in a custom-built 1,500 square metre (16,145 square foot) enclosure costing 6.9 million USD within WRS's newest attraction, the River Safari, will open to the public for a special preview on November 29.

( Getty Images / October 29, 2012 )

"Kai Kai", a panda from China, bites into some bamboo in its enclosure during a media preview at the River Safari in Singapore. Two giant pandas, aged four and five-years old and on loan from China for 10 years to the Wildlife Reserve Singapore (WRS) - the parent company to the city's Jurong Bird Park, Night Safari and Singapore Zoo, are being housed in a custom-built 1,500 square metre (16,145 square foot) enclosure costing 6.9 million USD within WRS's newest attraction, the River Safari, will open to the public for a special preview on November 29.

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