Amanda

By Amanda

LifeBuzz Staff

A Rare Peak At The Adorable Story Of Several Pandas Being Born. My Heart Just Melted To The Max.

It's not every day that something like this happens - in fact, this event is so extremely rare that pandas have become one of the world's most endangered species. And while the low numbers of this beautiful animal are alarming, on this day we have a reason to celebrate: Ten new born panda cubs have made their debut at a birthing center in China.

75% of the world's giant panda population lives in the Sichuan province of China, and their presence there is tenuous. Female pandas are only able to mate on two or three days a year, which leads to incredibly low birth rates. The center says that numbers are growing, however, and these furry little faces definitely give us some hope.

Here they are, in all of their adorable glory.

Here they are, in all of their adorable glory.

Pandas lay on their backs with their paws in the air, much like human infants.

Pandas lay on their backs with their paws in the air, much like human infants.

They also like to curl up and snuggle.

They also like to curl up and snuggle.

Are we imagining it, or is this one smiling?

Are we imagining it, or is this one smiling?

This panda is taking a much-needed nap on its belly.

This panda is taking a much-needed nap on its belly.

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