Giant panda twins born in China

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Two giant panda twins have been born at a Chinese breeding research base.

The two healthy females weighing 144 grams and 113 grams, are the first offspring of mother Yali.

“The twins are quite healthy, their voices are quite clear, relatively speaking their fur and physical traits are all quite healthy,” said one of their feeders, Tang Juwen.

The unnamed twins are being kept in an incubator and taken out periodically to be fed.

They are the second and third giant pandas born in China this year.

26 Responses

  1. Ohh, they are so cute. I love pandas so much they are my favourite animal. I wore a panda onesie to school one day and everyone finally thought that pandas were so cute. I wish I could adopt those pandas and name them!

  2. Thay don’t look like pandas they rather look like baby mice or rats hahahaha good jock????

  3. pandas awesome this is so cool i am very happy because i’m chines and there a simbol of china but they look very ugly but it’s still awesome yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay.

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