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A baby panda for Edinburgh zoo?

8 July 2014 Last updated at 21:26 BST

Edinburgh Zoo's Giant Panda Tian Tian has conceived after being artificially inseminated earlier this year.

But experts said this does not mean she is technically pregnant and have urged people "not to get too excited."

If everything goes to plan, the zoo will be able to confirm the pregnancy within 20 to 30 days with a potential birth in August.

The BBC's Julie Peacock has more details.

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