If I’m about to make a list of the cutest animals I’ve seen, then pandas are definitely at the top of it. They’re such jovial and adorable creatures and watching them is definitely brighting the day. And these lovely panda twins are no different
‘Pit’ and ‘Paule’ are Berlin’s zoo new stars, after they catch all the sights on their public debut. Not only they’re extremely cute, but the five months old twin cubs are also part of the history as the first pandas born in Germany. Meng Xiang und Meng Yuan on their Chinese names, were born last summer to mother Meng Meng. She lives at the zoo since 2017 when she was brought from China.
So far the panda family spent most of their time indoor, but as soon as they stepped into the spotlights, they were adored by everyone. “They are healthy, curious and follow their mother,” said zoo director Andreas Knieriem. “They are more than ready for their first outing.”
Since the first appearance went as expected as they little ones were anything but shy in front of the camera, starting from today visitors are able to admire them into their special enclosure. “Everything went well, which means that from this Thursday the panda family will finally be on view to visitors,” the zoo wrote in a tweet.
A big day out for little bears! #ZooBerlin’s panda twins take their first steps outdoors. Everything went well, which means that from this Thursday the #panda family will finally be on view to visitors. pic.twitter.com/OvouPR2wqT
— Zoo Tierpark Berlin (@zooberlin) January 29, 2020
Of course, their overprotective mom was always there, cuddling and kissing them!
Ihr wollt mehr davon sehen? Dann nichts wie ab in den #ZooBerlin! Wir freuen uns auf euch! #PandasBerlin #PitundPaule #MengMeng pic.twitter.com/SwL1mH2YR6
— Zoo Tierpark Berlin (@zooberlin) January 30, 2020