Three new baby Giant Pandas entered the world on July 29, 2014 at a zoo in the southern China city of Guangzhou. It’s extremely rare for triplet panda cubs and these are the result of the country’s artificial breeding program to increase the endangered bear population. The announcement was delayed until the zoo people were sure all three of the panda triplets would survive. This was according to the China News Service, and we all know that China official news always tells the truth. There are only about 1,600 Giant Pandas living in the wild, while almost 300 live in captivity, mostly in China because of their breeding programs. The panda mom named Ju Xio is doing well, too. She was impregnated with a donation from a daddy Panda living at the Guangzhou Zoo. They didn’t say whether he needed a magazine.
Photographs and a video were released to show the three almost hairless pink baby bears sleeping, rolling, and standing briefly in their incubator with handlers. The only sound on the video is some music, but why the Chinese had Panda’s exhibited to an Irish jig is a question for some investigation.