At Longleat, a pair of sweet rare red panda twins have made their first ever appearance in front of the public.
Although they were born earlier this summer, the 10-week-old cubs are just now starting to go outside.
They are the first offspring in a successful breeding operation for the endangered species at the Wiltshire attraction, the duo was born to new parents Emma and Lionel.
“Both cubs are doing really well,” said keeper Sam Allworthy.
“Emma is a great mum and she has been looking after them fantastically.”
“Although we have yet to name them, we have been able to do their first health checks and can confirm they’re both females.”
These two red pandas are the seventh and eighth to be born at Longleat.
Previous cubs have become part of collections across Europe and even sired their own cubs.
Due to habitat degradation, deforestation, and poaching, red pandas are becoming more and more endangered. There might be as few as 2,500 of them left in the wild.