In fact, these newborns are the believed to be the world's first ever surviving giant panda triplets.
The fluffy trio were born to mum Ju Xiao on 29 July at Chimelong Safari Park, in south east China.
One arrived at 1.10am, another at 3.47am and the third finally popped out at 4.34am.
But all that hard work tired out mum and the cuties were transferred to incubators, where staff will be looking after the gorgeous babies.
And China aren't the only ones to be receiving new pandas - it looks like the UK could be getting its first ever cub too!
Edinburgh Zoo announced that their female panda Tian Tian could give birth in just a few days. Sadly, the panda lost her first baby during pregnancy last year, so we're keeping everything crossed for this one!
With just 1,600 pandas left in the wild and a further 300 in captivity, the animals are coming close to extinction. So these panda pregnancies are very good news!
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