Meet Long Zai, Guangzhou's Newest Baby Panda

By Ryan Gandolfo, September 22, 2018

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On September 20, the Chimelong Safari Park in Guangzhou revealed their newest family member, Long Zai, to the world. 

Although Long Zai was born on July 12, Thursday was the first chance for the public to get a glimpse of the newborn giant panda. The black and white fur ball is living the life, posing for pictures one minute, and more than likely sleeping on top of mom, Longlong, the other 1,439 minutes in a day.

Below, some pictures of the adorable baby panda.

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Image via lswb.com.cn

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Image via lswb.com.cn

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Image via gd.qq.com

Considered a national treasure in China, giant pandas are a vulnerable species with 1,864 wild giant pandas living in central China's Sichuan, Shaanxi and Gansu provinces. So, anytime a baby giant panda is born there's a reason to celebrate!

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Image via gd.qq.com  

[Cover image via lswb.com.cn]

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