Straight from Macao, China, to your heart: Meet Dabao and Xiaobao, a pair of panda twins.
These roly-poly and unreasonably adorable brothers made their public debut on Tuesday, just a month after being born, reports NBC News.
While they gifted us with their presence, the twins received some one-month birthday presents of their own.
The staff at the Macao Giant Panda Pavilion sung Happy Birthday to the bears and presented each little brother with an equally tiny cake.
Dabao and Xiaobao were born 45 minutes apart on June 26 to mother Xinxin, who was a gift to the Macanese government from mainland China. Xinxin arrived in Macao in 2014, as part of the 15th anniversary celebration of Macao’s reunification with China.
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The brothers’ names translate into “big treasure” and “little treasure,” a nod to the differences in the siblings’ birth weights — Dabao was 135 grams, while Xiaobao was 53.8.
Both of the cubs, who are receiving round-the-clock care from the center, are said to be in great health. Once they get a bit bigger, the twins will be allowed to join the rest of their family at the research facility.