There is too much negativity in the world, so we have brought these lazy lads to quickly brighten up your mood. These cute animals can warm even the coldest of the hearts with their innocent ‘fall’. Their tiny, fluffy and innocent faces will leave you awestruck.
According to the research of Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding, falling is a normal and expected part of the play of the giant panda cubs being reared by their mother. Researchers believe these tumbles significantly contribute to the panda cubs’ development into successful adults.
On October 13, Toronto Zoo celebrates the second birthday of their giant panda cubs, which is why they have released a video to show how their little zoo babies have grown in last 24 months. “I’ve never touched one, but I’m pretty sure they don’t have any bones and are filled with fluff!”, says one of the viewers. “If this doesn’t bring joy into your life something is wrong with you”, says another.