You know what’s cuter than a fluffy giant panda? Three super teeny tiny giant pandas. Oh and the fact that they’re triplets totally ups the cuteness factor by 76553.8 per cent.
These three rat-like little ones were born in Chimelong Safari Park, a zoo in southern China late last month. However, we’re just getting footage of them now. The cubs are the world’s first surviving panda triplets. Crazy, right?
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The babies’ momma Juxiao, which means “chrysanthemum smile” according to The Guardian, delivered her naturally conceived litter on July 29.
There are only 1,600 wild giant pandas living in the world right now — so it’s only fair that we cheer on these beautiful, aw-dorable creatures, right?
In other good panda news, Scotland’s very own giant panda Tian Tian also appears to be pregnant. According to The Guardian, she’ll probably give birth by the end of this month. Yay! The more heart-warming baby panda videos, the better. Bring ’em on.