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The Berlin Zoo welcomed twin panda cubs.
A pair of panda cub twins were born at the zoo in Berlin, Germany over the weekend, for the first time, it is an exotic animal that is born in the country.
The Berlin zoo tweeted a video of a 6-year-old Meng Meng, the keeping and breeding of two of the baby pandas. The first panda was born at 6:54 a.m., and about an hour later, the second baby was born.
“Meng Meng became a mom-twice! We are so happy that we are lost!” the zoo wrote in the post.
This is a photo from the Zoo in Berlin, on Monday, Sept. 2, 2019, shows new-born panda twins at their first ‘ care at the zoo after they are born. The female Panda, Mix, Mix, gave birth to two panda babies at the Zoo in Berlin, Saturday evening, Aug. December 31, 2019.
(The Berlin zoo via AP)
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Breeding pandas in captivity is extremely difficult, according to the BBC. There are approximately 400 pandas in zoos all over the world, through a call of projects of China, the giant panda ‘s own country.
According to the World wildlife Fund, there are 1,864 pandas in the wild in China. At birth, the creatures that are the size of a stick of butter, but it can grow to up to 330 pounds as an adult, and the organization added. They live on a diet of bamboo, and eat between 26 to 84 pounds of it every day.
Meng Meng in order to keep her two new cubs, the zoo said. “She placed the little creature into her womb, and it began to be warm, loving, and with her great legs, and hot breath, and the soft fur of her face,” the zoo told the Associated Press.
This is a photo from the Zoo in Berlin, on Monday, Sept. 2, 2019, and shows a new born panda twins for the first health care visit. The female Panda, Mix, Mix, gave birth to two panda babies at the Zoo in Berlin, Saturday evening, Aug. December 31, 2019. (Zoo/Zoologischer Garten Berlin, via AP)
The sex of the baby is currently unknown, but it has been confirmed by the zoo, which in the end was 136, and 186 grams at birth, respectively.
Meng Meng and her 9-year-old partner, Jiao Qing, originated from China, had arrived in Berlin in June of 2017. In addition to the mating with one another last April, at the Mix the Mix was artificially inseminated in order to have the chance to become pregnant.
The Berlin zoo said that the Mix up Mix up, and the baby would be out of sight of the visitors, until further notice, but the Jiao Qing would have to remain on the screen.
China is often a donation of pandas to the zoo, as a symbol of their close relationship with the country, the BBC added. There has been some speculation that the US zoos that have pandas could have access to them due to the ongoing trade war between the two countries.
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The Associated Press contributed to this report.