PHOTOS: Panda triplets returned to mother's embrace

By Ryan Kilpatrick, December 10, 2014

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It's six months since China's only panda triplets were born in Chimelong Safari Park near Guangzhou - and you know what that means? 

They've officially survived

Due to their high mortality rate, it takes half a year for newborn pandas to cross the threshold. Now that they've made it, however, experts at Chimelong and the Wolong panda reserve in Sichuan feel its time to sit back for a minute and let them spend some time with their mom.

They look delighted:

[Images via Chimelong]

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