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So Cute! 36 New-born Panda Cubs Debut in SW China

By Hou Lulu (People's Daily)    13:45, October 19, 2017

19 panda cubs born in 2017 make their debut at Shenshuping breeding base of the China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda (CCRCGP) in Wolong National Nature Reserve, southwest China's Sichuan Province. (Photo by CCRCGP)

A total of 36 adorable giant panda cubs born in 2017 made their debut in Southwest China’s Sichuan Province on Oct. 13.

The cubs are part of the 42 cubs born this year at bases of China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda (CCRCGP). There are 15 sets of twins among those cubs.

The center said that it has set a new record in artificial breeding of giant pandas, with the survival rate of the baby cubs reaching 98 percent.

17 panda cubs born in 2017 make their debut at Bifengxia Base of the CCRCGP in Ya’an, southwest China’s Sichuan Province. (Photo by CCRCGP)

Photo shows the panda cubs making their public debut. (Photo by CCRCGP)

A new-born panda cub greets the public. (Photo by CCRCGP)

Photo shows the panda cubs making their public debut. (Photo by CCRCGP)

A breeder is checking physical condition of the new-born panda cub. (Photo by CCRCGP)

A breeder is measuring length for a new-born panda cub. (Photo by CCRCGP)

Photo shows a 4-month panda cub. (Photo by CCRCGP)

Photo shows a one-month panda cub. (Photo by CCRCGP)

 

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