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Juxiao the giant panda gave birth this summer to three cubs at the Chimelong Safari Park in China. The little ones are the only known surviving giant panda triplets. However, since giant pandas typically raise one offspring at a time, the cubs were rotated in and out of their mother's care until she could get the hang of looking after such a large brood. Watch the video to see the heart-warming reunion between Juxiao and her triplets, who are now all able to live together. Share this on Facebook? MORE ON PAWNATION: Panda Cubs Refuse to Take Their Medicine 'Mutant' Giant Spider Dog' Is YouTube's Most Popular Video of 2014 GoPro Offers Glimpse Into The Life of a Squirrel...

Here at PawNation, it's the least unlikely friendship duos that tug at our heartstrings the most, and this pair may just take the cake. Five-month-old Alia and Daisy the sloth have been friends since Alia was just two days old, when they first met. They are inseparable pals who nap, play and enjoy story time together. They even wear matching headbands, which is more than we can say about our own best friends. Share this on Facebook? MORE ON PAWNATION: Pug Has a Blast Taking a Bath Swaddled Baby Bats Make Adorable 'Bat-ritos' Great Dane Puppy Can't Stop Yawning...

Panda Twins Born at Japan Zoo

TOKYO - Japan's panda population grew by two, a zoo announced Wednesday, with the birth of twin cubs Tuesday night. A set of baby twin pandas. Credit: m ica./Flickr The pair came into the world weighing less than 200 grammes (7 ounces) each, a spokesman for Wakayama Adventure World in western Japan said. The birth of the two cubs takes to seven the number of pandas at the zoo, which has an active breeding programme for the creatures that have a notoriously low reproductive rate. At just 21 and 22 centimetres (around 8 inches) the tiny youngsters have a long way to go before they are the size of their mother, 14-year-old Rauhin. Kyodo News reported that the twins have made a good start, ...

HONG KONG - A set of panda triplets, the world's only known surviving trio, celebrated reaching their 100-day milestone in a Chinese zoo Wednesday as the public were allowed to visit them for the first time. Credit: Associated Press Their births at the end of July were hailed as a "miracle", given the animal's famously low reproductive rate, and fears that they may not survive have been quelled. A video from Guangzhou's Chimelong Safari Park showed the three cubs sprawled on their fronts on a blanket in a small enclosure, nudging each other with their snouts and lying back yawning. The two male and one female cubs, which first opened their eyes in September, now weigh six kilograms (13 p...