OMG! Giant Panda Reveling In D.C.’s Huge Snowstorm Is All You Need Today

Is there anything cuter than a teddy bear? Well how about a 275-pound giant panda teddy bear playing in the snow like he’s a cub!

From Wikipedia:

Tian Tian (Chinese: 添添; pinyin: Tiān Tiān; literally: “More and More”) is a 275-pound male giant panda at the National Zoo in Washington D.C. The panda was born on August 27, 1997, at the China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda at theWolong National Nature Reserve in Sichuan Province, to Yong Ba (mother) and Pan Pan (father).

Smithsonian
Smithsonian

From NPR:

If you’re concerned that he might be cold, zookeepers would like you to know that giant pandas have thick fur, and their native habitat in China features cold and snowy winters.

Here’s Tian Tian’s little bro:

Bei Bei, the youngest giant panda at the National Zoo, experiences snow for the first time on Jan. 21. "Keepers said he wasn't quite sure what to make of the powdery snow," the Zoo wrote on Flickr. National Zoo/Flickr
Bei Bei, the youngest giant panda at the National Zoo, experiences snow for the first time on Jan. 21. “Keepers said he wasn’t quite sure what to make of the powdery snow,” the Zoo wrote on Flickr.
National Zoo/Flickr

Watch this video at the top of this article. Be prepared to squeal!

 

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