A giant panda named Yali gave birth to twins in Chengdu, Sichuan Province on June 20, 2016. The female cubs are the world's first twins born this year, according to the breeding base.
And the world's first panda baby this year was also born in Chengdu.
Panda cubs look strikingly different to their parents – they are pink, blind and toothless, weighing only 90 to 130 grams when first born.
So how cute are the pandas? Let's take a look at all kinds of lovely pandas!
In Smithsonian's National Zoo, panda Tiantian is happily playing with snow.
A panda cub in Sichuan's Bifengxia Base wears a straw hat and carries a bamboo basket, looking just like Po from Kung Fu Panda.
In Washington, USA, panda Beibei gets nine continuous shootings after having a physical examination.
What'll happen if pandas refuse to take an injection?
These four panda cubs are trying to hold on to the zookeeper's legs in an attempt to pull him down.
Several "trouble makers" are up against the baskets as a staff cleans the room.
Nearly everyone is obsessed with China's Giant Panda for its inborn cuteness.
Canada's young Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made a stop at the Toronto Zoo to see Jia Panpan and Jia Yueyue, a pair of giant panda cubs who have made their first public appearance since they were born in October.
People left many interesting comments below the Prime Minister's post on Twitter:
Finally, here are six facts you should know about giant panda:
–It's estimated that there are around 1,600 giant pandas in the wild. There are 300 in zoos and breeding centres around the world.
–It's unsure how long giant pandas live in the wild. However, Chinese scientists reported that bred pandas can live for 35 years.
–A wild panda's diet is 99 percent bamboo while the remaining one percent is usually small rodents.
–Giant pandas need to consume around 20 to 40 pounds of bamboo each day to get the nutrients they need.
–On all four legs, giant pandas stand at around three to four feet tall.
–Cubs do not open their eyes until they are six to eight weeks after birth, and can't walk until three months old.
Have you ever seen pandas in your country or in China?
大熊猫 (dà xióng māo): giant panda
可爱 (kě ài): cute; lovely; adorable
幼仔 (yòu zǎi): cub
动物园 (dòng wù yuán): zoo
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