GUANGDONG, China (ABC) – The world’s only surviving giant panda triplets met their mother for the first time on Tuesday.
The cubs were born at China’s Chimelong Safari Park on July 29. The triplets were shown on state television interacting with their mother, Juxiao, while inside an enclosure.
“We bring the cubs closer to their mother with the main purpose of training the panda mother to bond with its babies,” said General Manager Dong Guixin.
The mama panda seemed overjoyed to see them after all these months.
The zoo says the mom will be able to spend more and more time each day with her cubs.