The park in Guangzhou where the world’s first surviving panda triplets were born announced to the public yesterday that the wee wittle babies opened their wee wittle eyes for the first time! Prepare for an overload of cute pictures.
Giant panda cubs don’t open their eyes until they’re six to eight weeks of age and it’s seen as a significant stage in growth. The baby pandas are now more sensitive to the world—they will become more active and their scope of activity will be broader since they’ll no longer be kept in the “baby breeding box”.
After around three months, panda cubs become mobile.
Not too long until we see them walk. Tip-off: It’s cute.
By Lucy Liu
[ Image via China News & Xinhua News ]