HOW pandorable! But these 11 baby pandas caused panda-monium at their first public outing.
The bears were all born this year and include three sets of twins.
The mischievous cubs refused to line up for food at Chengdu Giant Panda Breeding Centre in South China.
But their keepers just pandered to them…
The Centre is believed to be celebrating its 30th anniversary this year.
30 years ago the centre started with six sick and hungry pandas, and this year eleven panda cubs were born at Chengdu.
They have bred over 180 giant pandas.
Panda cubs do not open their eyes until they are six to eight weeks old and are not mobile until three months.
It’s unsure how long Giant Pandas live in the wild, but Chinese scientists reported zoo pandas as old as 35.
23 panda cubs are shown off at a breeding research base in China
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