Here are our giant panda cubs ( Jia panpan, Jia yueyue) playing on a slide.

Here are our giant panda cubs ( Jia panpan, Jia yueyue) playing on a slide.

Toronto Zoo Giant Panda Cub at 10 Weeks Old [Credit : TorontoZoo] Toronto Zoo giant panda cubs are now 10 weeks old! The larger cub weighs just over 3kg and is 56.5 centimetres in length from the top of the head to the tip of the tail. The smaller cub is almost 2.5kg and is 50 centimetres in length. Their eyes are now fully open and they are becoming more mobile. Since the birth of her twins, Er Shun has shown excellent maternal instincts with both giant panda cubs.

Toronto Zoo Giant Panda Cub at 10 Weeks Old [Credit : TorontoZoo]

Toronto Zoo Giant Panda Climbing in the Snow!

Toronto Zoo Giant Panda Climbing in the Snow!

Toronto Zoo Giant Panda Cubs Walking at 4 Months Old!  Born on October 13, 2015, the Toronto Zoo giant panda cubs continue to grow. Now just over 4 months old, they have started taking solid steps and are becoming extremely mobile!

Toronto Zoo Giant Panda Cubs Walking at 4 Months Old! Born on October the Toronto Zoo giant panda cubs continue to grow. Now just over 4 months old, they have started taking solid steps and are becoming extremely mobile!

Seven months ago, we welcomed Jia Panpan and Jia Yueyue, the first giant panda cubs born in Canada! Jia Panpan currently weighs 12.75 kg and Jia Yueyue now weighs 9.70 kg. Keepers have noticed big changes with Jia Panpan, as his climbing

Seven months ago, we welcomed Jia Panpan and Jia Yueyue, the first giant panda cubs born in Canada! Jia Panpan currently weighs kg and Jia Yueyue now weighs kg. Keepers have noticed big changes with Jia Panpan, as his climbing

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[Credit:Toronto Zoo]Although they spend most of their days eating and sleeping, pandas can be playful too! Watch as mom Er Shun and male cub Jia Panpan have play time in their outdoor habitat.

[Credit:Toronto Zoo]Although they spend most of their days eating and sleeping, pandas can be playful too! Watch as mom Er Shun and male cub Jia Panpan have play time in their outdoor habitat.

I was at the Toronto Zoo today to see the panda cubs. I normally catch them asleep but today I saw one being bottle fed. This Jia QueQue which means Canadian Hope. Credit Saffirea/youtube

Panda Cub at the Toronto Zoo

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