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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...

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, ...

These curious kids find ways to play with their favorite zoo friends, even when separated by thick safety glass.

Visits to the zoo normally mean that we humans are entertained by watching animals, but in this case, it's the other way around. A mesmerized dolphin looks on as a young girl tumbles, cartwheels and twirls, and it could not be happier to watch the show. For this dolphin, it was a performance to remember. Share this on Facebook? MORE ON PAWNATION: Cat Is a Total Paper Pusher Raccoon Refuses to Leave His Bed Exotic Shorthair Kittens Take a Car Ride...

After wet snow blanketed the greater Toronto area on Monday, a male giant panda named Da Mao made the most of what was clearly an enjoyable turn of weather events for him, thestar.com reported. PHOTOS: Adorable Animals You Just Want to Kiss In this video captured by the Toronto Zoo, the big fella can be seen amusing himself by rolling around in the snow, sliding down a hill on his back (who needs a sled when you're a panda?), and even seeing how good snow might be to eat. Play the video to enjoy his wintery frolicking, but prepare to be hit by an exceedingly large cute stick. Da Mao first arrived at the Toronto Zoo in March 2013, alongside his lady friend Er Shun, who will be joining he...