Do you go all weak when you see baby panda pictures? These cuddly little fur balls are as big as your ring finger, can fit in your hand and measure less than a pound at birth. Not very appealing to look at as soon as they are born, they get their characteristic markings by the time they are three weeks old. These cuddly creatures are blind at birth and open their eyes after 45 days. By the time they are three months old they are white with black patches on their eyes and ears and look sweet enough to squeeze tight.
Pandas are almost on the verge of extinction. Getting pandas to mate is a task but when finally an offspring is born, it is nothing like the pictures of a baby panda that you have seen. A newborn is without its characteristic black on white markings, small enough to fit in your hand and is blind. Thankfully, it doesnâ€™t take long for a new-born panda to start looking cute and cuddly. They begin to get their panda looks at three weeks and open their eyes a few weeks later. By three months these furry, cuddly creatures are yours to admire.
Grab a Flower
The morning rays of the sun fall on this panda as it tries to put a flower in its mouth.
On The prowl
Get ready to watch this panda in action as it tries to jump over the branch of a tree.
To Cute For Words
This baby panda looks so endearing that it has plenty of admirers who would give anything to hold it.
Warm and cuddly, this little bear has made itself cozy and comfortable on the branch of a tree.
Pandas love eating bamboo shoots; here is one chewing on a tender shoot and looks satisfied.
It is time for baby panda to settle down to a few winks after having its morning meal.
This panda is happy to get a bamboo shoot in its mouth and will not let it go.
This cuddly cub in the green fields stares right into the camera to give its best shot.
A baby panda is trying its best to climb over the rock and go on a little excursion.
You can not separate the younger panda who has attached itself tightly to the older one.
Now the panda has grown big; it is cute and cuddly and is beginning to take care of itself.
This panda looks ready to retaliate if anyone comes near it for the stem in its mouth.
Something is definitely making this cuddly cub happy; maybe it is a clump of bamboo shoots.
Be close but not to close- the panda is at rest and would not like to have its sleep disturbed.
This baby panda is about to roll and frisk around while it gets plenty of attention.
Something is bothering this cuddly creature as it stands holding on to a branch of a tree.
This black and white ball is all rolled up and looks as if it is deep in thought.
One of the pandas is giving out its hand in friendship while the other looks uncertain.
The cute cub attempts to stand up and walk as it wakes up after a nap.
It is time to climb the tree and have a little play time and get away from mama panda.
A young panda is out on the prowl looking for anything that is good enough for it to eat.
Only a baby panda would look so cute turning over back and forth enjoying this activity.