Twelve panda babies have made their debut in southwest China’s Sichuan province. The six sets of panda twins were unexpected, said Hou Rong, director of research, to Sky News Australia.
“Newly-born pandas are not immune to the outside world, so they are easily infected with bacteria and end up dying. However, they can survive if they have colostrum, as it is rich in antibodies.”
The adorable public debut was a chance for the center to promote panda conservation and the opportunity for the visitors to name the cubs.