PHOTOS: China's Panda Triplets Celebrate 2nd Birthday

By Matthew Bossons, July 31, 2016

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The world’s “only surviving” panda triplets celebrated their second birthday in Guangzhou on July 29, feasting on a 'cake' of carrots, apples and bamboo. 

The three pandas, named Meng Meng, Shuai Shuai and Ku Ku, live in the Guangzhou’s Chimelong Safari Park and were born blind, toothless and pink (that’s right – pink) back in 2014.

Here is a photographic look at two years of panda-monium in the PRD: 


The young pandas at their naming ceremony on October 1, 2014.

The triplets at five months old.

The July 29 birthday celebration.


[Images via Daily Mail, ECNS]

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