Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Chengdu Panda Base Center's 14 Cubs
Via BBC Sep 24, 2013
Today China continued to take over the world with its heart-warming "panda-monium" weapons of mass delight as the Chengdu Panda Base Center showed off 14 of its panda cubs born between July and September of this year. All the cubs were artificially bred and are currently being raised at the Chengdu center. The biggest baby is Meng Meng weighing in at about 4 kilos while the smallest is Ya Yi at 700 grams. Meanwhile in Scotland's Edinburg Zoo female giant panda Tian Tian has recently been put on a 24-hour pregnancy watch and could give birth to a new cub any day now. Here is the BBC news video on this:
Giant Panda Bears Live From China!