It seems like just yesterday that giant panda Er Shun gave birth to two cubs at the Toronto Zoo.
The young twins have only grown more adorable a month later. And we can barely contain our excitement at seeing them progress.
One of the cubs now weighs a kilogram, while the other is tipping the scales at 750 grams, The Toronto Zoo said in a Thursday news release.
Their hair is becoming thicker, and they "truly look like giant pandas now," the release said.
Here are some photos of the cubs:
Er Shun holds one of her cubs.
The Toronto Zoo's giant panda cubs lie together.
A giant panda cub rests comfortably.
They've been loaned to Canada for ten years, but will only remain in Toronto until 2018. At that time, they'll be taken to a facility in Calgary.
The cubs, however, will stay in Toronto until the zoo gains approval to move them.
We can't wait to watch them become fully-grown pandas!
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