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Nine panda siblings



A group of brother and sister pandas born in 2014 made their first public appearance. Pandas are a notoriously difficult species to breed, so it was a miracle when nine of them were born this year in western China.

The nine brothers and sisters comprised of three single pandas and three sets of twins. Experts are helping the mother panda to look after her babies. The baby pandas need their mother's milk for three months before they can handle solid food.


Source: The Telegraph
Published: 23 October 2014

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