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...For her to live a life like a wild panda would, we want her to spend as much time as she can outside," said Rebecca Snyder, curator of giant panda research and management at the zoo. "We made all the preparations. She just has to do...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2007/03/29/met_122283.shtml
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Patient panda

Dr. Rebecca Snyder (from left), Xie Yi and Dr. Maria Crane examine the giant panda cub at Zoo Atlanta. She weighs 9.9 pounds and is 23 inches from her nose to the tip of her tail.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2006/12/01/met_106609.shtml
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...this season if the two don't mate, but Zoo Atlanta's panda curator is hoping Lun Lun will become impregnated the old-fashioned way. "We have high hopes, but we don't know," Rebecca Snyder said. "I always say it's 50-50."

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/01/16/met_440083.shtml
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...Lun is pregnant. The mother's cub would become the only giant panda born at a U.S. zoo so far this year, said Rebecca Snyder, the curator of mammals for Zoo Atlanta.Snyder said the panda is expected to give birth in about two weeks.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2010-10-23/across-georgia
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...in which they had lived for nearly three days while in transit. "This is a completely new place for them," said Rebecca Snyder, senior research associate for Zoo Atlanta, who has spent the past two years studying Lun-Lun and Yang-Yang...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/11/06/met_272913.shtml
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National Zoo proposes 10-year panda lease

...part of a 10-year study on why pandas are not interested in mating while in captivity, said Georgia Tech scientist Rebecca Snyder. In return for the loan, Zoo Atlanta has agreed to raise $11 million for panda research and education programs...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/07/05/tec_265069.shtml
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