They’re here. They’re finally here! Two weeks after announcing that Canada’s most famous panda was preggo with twins, the Toronto Zoo says Er Shun has given birth to her super tiny babies.
In fact, the little guys are so small (weighing only 100 to 200 grams at birth), we the people won’t be able to lay eyes on them in person until the new year. Which begs the question: Where’s the panda cam?!
OK, so the panda babysitters have more pressing issues on hand, but, seriously, everyone really wants to monitor the cubs’ every move. We’re really not asking for much. Just mount a couple cameras, press a button or two and voila, the live stream baby panda cam will be up and running. We’ll be able to watch the babies try to:
Scare the s*&% out of their mom:
Roll over for the first time:
Cry their way out of a doctor’s checkup:
Take their first steps and fail in the most adorable way:
Nap while making all of us cry happy tears:
Make a break for it when they think no one’s watching:
(And finally) stop people from stealing their damn balls:
Come on, Toronto Zoo, please don’t let us down…give us a panda cam now!