THE GIANT PANDA WAS FIRST BROUGHT TO AMERICA IN 1936. Socialite Ruth Harkness traveled to China in 1936 and brought back a giant panda named Su Lin in her arms. This was the first case of a giant panda in North America. The bear eventually landed in the Brookfield Zoo outside of Chicago, but unfortunately died two years later in 1938

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