Chengdu Research Base Breeds Giant Pandas … Which Means They Have Baby Pandas
A lot of baby pandas. This morning while I was scouring the internet I stumbled upon this gem and I knew I had to share it with y’all.
Due to rapidly disappearing habitats and the difficulty of the breeding process for giant pandas, the wild population is estimated to be only 1,864. That’s why places like the Chengdu Research base are so important. Not only has the research center been able to increase the captive population of giant panda into the 100’s, it’s also a tremendous tourist attraction, and has helped the local economy greatly.
So, here’s what you’ve been waiting for: the cute.
Those are just some of our favorites, but you can see the full gallery here. And for those of you who want to see these little tykes in moving color, below is a video of the baby pandas being groomed. You’re welcome.
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Will you be able to handle this cuteness?