GUANGZHOU, China (NBC/APTN) — Three baby panda cubs were shown off to the world by a South China zoo Tuesday.
A 12-year-old giant panda named Ju Xiao gave birth to the triplets in July at the zoo.
The delivery for all three little ones took about three hours.
All of the cubs are in good health and are expected to survive. They weigh between 0.2 to 0.3 pounds.
One of the top giant panda experts in China said there’s only a 1 percent chance for a giant panda to give birth to triplets.
Keepers will learn the gender of the cubs in about a month.
There are only about 1,600 wild pandas in the world.