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Pandas in captivity, two of who live in the National Zoo

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Pandas in captivity, two of who live in the National Zoo in Washington, D.C., are being actively bred in hopes of developing a sustainable population to reintroduce into the wild.

A) two of who
B) and two that
C) including two of which
D) two of those that
E) two of which
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Closest two options are "C" and "E"

(C) including two of which - The usage of "including" suggests that "Pandas in captivity along with the two of the other pandas are in the National Zoo in Washington, D.C" but this is not the intended meaning here. hence, we can reject this option.

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