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Panda twins cuddle at reserve in SW China


The adorable snuggling and playful bouts between two giant panda cubs at a major conservation center in southwest China has caught the attention of Chinese panda fans.


Video footage recently posted on the "iPanda" multimedia platform show the daily interactions between giant panda twins Bai Feng and Bai Xue, twin cubs in the China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda (CCRCGP) base in Sichuan Province.

The pair demonstrated their tight bond as the camera caught them cuddling and roughhousing.

They were born in August 2020 to their mother Xiao Bai Tu.

The CCRCGP is a leading institution for panda conservation and research, known for having the world's largest artificially bred giant panda population and serving as a specialist center for the training and release of captive-bred pandas into the wild.

It also boasts the largest and most extensive collaborative platform for giant panda cooperation and exchange worldwide. The center has established partnerships and cooperative relations with 18 zoos in 16 countries and regions, 39 domestic animal breeding institutions, and over 10 scientific research institutes.

(Cover a still from the video)

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