An An, World’s Oldest Giant Male Panda in Captivity, Dies at 35

An An, a bamboo-eating resident of Hong Kong’s Ocean Park who was known for his feisty, playful nature and who had the distinction of being the world’s oldest giant male panda in captivity, died on Thursday after experiencing health problems. He was 35 — or 105 in human years.

The death, by euthanasia, was announced by the park on its Facebook page, which mourned the loss of its “centenarian panda.”

The panda had struggled for weeks with food intake and physical activity, leading…

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