China is trying to restore its national symbol the Panda through breeding programs. The latest success from this program? Twins!
Their mother, seven-year old Kelin, gave birth to the twins early on Monday.
Wu Kongju, chief administrator at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding, said the twins were in good condition based on their milk consumption and normal body temperature.
The cubs were born more than four months after the mother was artificially inseminated in January.