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World’s First Surviving Panda Triplets Born in July

Updated: August 15, 2014 | Clicks: 576

On July 29, 2014, the 12-year-old giant panda Juxiao gave birth a healthy set of triplets at Chimelong Safari Park in Guangzhou. The triplets are only the fourth set of panda triplets ever born through artificial breeding programs.

Panda cubs are known for having very low survival rates. These three cubs are the only complete set of panda triplets that have ever survived, which have been hailed as a new wonder of the world.

At present, these three panda cubs and their mother are all healthy and doing well.

About Chimelong Safari Park

Chimelong Safari Park, also known as Xiangjiang Safari Park, has a large population of wild animals. It houses more than 500 species of rare animals from all over the world, including white tigers, pandas, koalas, anteaters, pygmy hippopotamuses, Malayan tapirs, and rhinoceroses.

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China Highlights specializes in tailor-making China tours. If you are interested in touring Chimelong Safari Park to visit the cute pandas, why not combine your trip with one of our Guangzhou tours. Or join our most popular Panda tour in Chengdu to see even more pandas there. Or contact us and let us design your own panda tour according to your requirements.

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