Will the Smithsonian's National Zoo be welcoming a furry new friend to its inhabitants?
Female giant panda Mei Xiang has a high level of progesterone in her urine, and although it's not an absolute sign, there's a possibility she's pregnant, zoo officials said.
Mei Xiang was artificially inseminated earlier this spring with sperm from Tian Tian, a giant male panda. The zoo's veterinarians are keeping a watchful eye on her and trying to evaluate whether or not there is a fetus.
According to officials, it may be too early to detect.
But the curious can watch Mei Xiang's progress on a webcam.
You can also check out a full gallery of photos provide by the Smithsonian's National Zoo.