First things first - yep, they are named after the Sesame Street characters! The fluffy pair were born on 30 June 2015 at ZSL Whipsnade Zoo and are ever-so-cute. Hello boys!
Until last week the duo were hiding away in their nesting boxes, which sounds very cosy to us. However their mum, six year-old Tashi, clearly had other ideas and keen to give them some all important vitamin D, began carrying her newborns outside for short intervals.
Senior Keeper at the zoo, Stephen Perry said: "It's been magical to see the baby red pandas out and about for the first time.
"Red pandas can be difficult to observe due to their shy and secretive nature, their nocturnal habits and the fact that they spend most of their time up trees.
"We never see much of their babies for the first couple of months of their lives but it's worth the wait. They're incredible and beautiful creatures, and a real visitor favourite.
"Tashi is a brilliant mum, and when the weather gets warmer you sometimes catch her carrying the babies between nesting boxes to find the coolest one for them."
Red pandas aren't usually found wandering round in rural Bedfordshire, you're more likely to find them in Nepal, India, Bhutan, Myanmar, and southern China.
There are thought to be around 10,000 red pandas left in the wild but it's estimated that their numbers may have decreased by as much as 40% over the last 50 years due to massive habitat loss, increased human activity and poaching.
Find out more on the ZSL Whipsnade Zoo site
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