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A panda cub usually begins opening its eyes about 40 days after birth. They have their eyes wide open after about 50 days. It begins to have the sense of sight after 70-90 days.

A panda cub usually begins opening its eyes about 40 days after birth. They have their eyes wide open after about 50 days. It begins to have the sense of sight after days.

Giant panda cubs are seen at Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in Chengdu, Sichuan Province, Oct. 24, 2015. A total of 13 giant panda cubs born this year appeared together here Saturday, including six pairs of twin pandas. http://www.chinatraveltourismnews.com/2015/10/12-twin-panda-cubs-meet-public.html

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Adorable panda learns to climb http://dailym.ai/1oTCv84 #DailyMail

This climbing lark is not as easy as it looks! Panda cubs get to grips with the branches after being given lessons by zookeepers

I'm One burly chap just can't fit through a gap in the branches. Photographer Andy Rouse caught these charming photographs of Panda cubs struggling to learn the art of tree-climbing

Two Adorable Panda Bear Cubs

Panda is a very peaceful creature that is mainly found in the mountains of Central and Western China. so here are some Cute and Adorable Panda Pictures

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Funny pictures about Baby Pandas Playing Soccer. Oh, and cool pics about Baby Pandas Playing Soccer. Also, Baby Pandas Playing Soccer photos.

These are Pumori and Rohan, 3 month old red panda cubs. I'll take them both please.. Fascinating Pictures (@Fascinatingpics) | Twitter

RED PANDAS The Rosamond Gifford Zoo, NY, is pleased to announce the birth of Pumori and Rohan. The cubs weighed around two to three ounces at birth.

A giant panda cub shows off its gymnastics skills by hanging upside down from a tree, while also sticking out its tongue. Photographer Mitsuaki Iwago captured the scene at the Wolong National Nature Reserve in Sichuan, China. Picture: Mitsuaki Iwago/Minden/Solent

Pictures of the day: 28 February 2012

A giant panda cub shows off its gymnastics skills by hanging upside down from a tree, while also sticking out its tongue. Photographer Mitsuaki Iwago captured the scene at the Wolong National Nature Reserve in Sichuan, China.

Twin panda cubs in China.....oh my days im dying from cuteness overload right now

Twin panda cubs in China.oh my days im dying from cuteness overload right now

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