What's more adorable than one polar bear cub snuggling with its mama? Two — no wait, twins.
Munich's Hellabrunn Zoo revealed twin polar bear cubs for their first public viewing on Wednesday. The 14-week old brother and sister duo, who have yet to be named, were seen biting one another, walking around with their seven-year-old mother Giovanna and sticking out their tongues at paparazzi.
Born on Dec. 9, 2013, the twins' birth was captured on video and for the first time, some zoo employees were able to see live colour video feeds from the birthing den. And like most newborn polar bears, the cubs were born blind and furless and quickly snuggled up against their mothers.
These cute cubs are miles away, but anyone living in or visiting Toronto might want to check our our very own polar bear Humphrey, making his own debut at the Toronto Zoo earlier this year.
Want more? Here are 55 photos of these twins and mama bear in action: