CRYING WARNING! Giant panda gives birth to twins; so take care of them

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A panda giant gave birth to twins in China, It is an unusual birth due to the conditions of extinction of the species, which has been protected in captivity where they have managed to form and develop in a natural habitat new cub members.

What is known about the birth of twins of the Chinese giant panda?

A giant panda named Yongyong is a happy mom, after she gave birth to twin puppies on Thursday at a breeding center or base in the northwestern province Shaanxi China.

The male pups weighed 150.4 grams and 134.5 grams, respectively, when they were born at the Center for investigation of the panda qinling giant. They were breastfed shortly after birth and are in good condition today.

The giant panda Yongyong once again made history within the complex, as this is the second birth of one of her cubs, who was also born in the same month as her siblings, on August 17, 2020.

Yongyong was already the panda youngest in the center to give birth, and now she became the only one that has been able to give birth to more than one calf.

How do you take care of the giant pandas?

The Qinling Giant Panda is a subspecies of giant panda first recognized in 2005. It has a smaller, rounder skull, shorter snout, and less fur than the more familiar Sichuan subspecies.

Giant panda gives birth to twins in China. Photo: AFP

Shaanxi began to breed Qinling giant pandas artificially in the 1980s and has established a mature artificial breeding technology system. So far, a total of 34 puppies of giant panda.

The center is responsible for protect, preserve but above all to safeguard and secure the species.