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Rare Panda Triplets Born in China

Three panda cubs born at the Chimelong Safari Park in Guangzhou, China are now just over two weeks old and continue to be in excellent health. Very few pandas are born each year and only a fraction survive past infancy. Therefore, these triplet cubs, who are very healthy and growing each day, have been proclaimed a miracle by the team of caretakers at Chimelong. The cubs are still with their mother Juxiao (whose name means “chrysanthemum smile”) and are thought to be the only living panda triplets in the world.

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