Guangzhou’s Twin Panda Cubs in Healthy Condition

By Matthew Bossons, December 27, 2016

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Good news panda lovers: Guangzhou’s twin panda cubs are healthy and in good shape.

The boy cubs, born on October 9 at Chimelong Safari Park in Panyu, both weigh over 4 kilograms, according to ecns.cn.

The mother of the young pandas, giant panda Meiqing, has previously gave birth to a male and female panda in 2010 and 2013, respectively. 

Meiqing was moved to Guangzhou from Wolong National Nature Reserve, Sichuan province, in 2012.

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In addition to twin baby pandas, 2016 also saw Chimelong Safari Park celebrate the world’s “only surviving” panda triplets’ second birthday back in July. Basically, it has been a year of panda-monium in Guangzhou.

WATCH: Pandas Stage Adorable 'Prison Break' in China

[Images via ecns.cn]

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