They were fifteen pink newborn pandas with ninety to 150 grams, blind, toothless… and so cute.
Today, including 6 pairs of twins, the little 15 panda cubs are shown to public for the first time at the famous Giant Panda Breeding base in Chengdu, Sichuan Province.
The adorable fuzzballs have been hand reared by a team of workers at the world-famous breeding base which is aiming to reintroduce them into the wild in the future.
According to the WWF (World Wildlife Fund) less than two thousands (around 1860) giant pandas live in the wild around Asia. and more than seventy percent of this species population lives in Sichuan province, China, according to the State Forestry Administration of China (SFA)
According to the World Conservation Union’s ‘red list’ of threatened species, the giant panda Considered as endangered.
the female pandas are fertile only 2 or 3 days out of the year and male pandas have been known to lose their sex and become sterile in captivity
Via Mail Online