Newborn Panda (Baby Panda) Photos

The giant pandas are also called black and white panda bears, but, do they always in black and white? In fact, a newborn panda looks very different from its mom. It weights three to five ounces. Pink, hairless and blind, the cub is 1/900th the size of its mother. Except for a marsupial (suck as kangaroo or opossum), baby pandas are the smallest newborn mammals relative to their mother’s size.

The cubs soon develop soft gray fur which becomes coarser and develops its black and white pattern in a month. Cubs rely on mother’s milk for the first year, but start to eat bamboo after six months. Cubs easily die in the wild because they are so small and defenseless. The panda mommy has to leave them alone in the den to eat for four hours a day.

Viewing the following newborn panda and its childhood photos, you can have a better understanding the big change of the newborn pandas, growing from little to big, from pink to black and white in color...your heart will full of love and kindness when seeing the cutest creatures in the world!

See other Panda Photo Albums

Besides the “newborn baby” photos, you can check the following albums to know further about sub-adult pandas, adult pandas and elder pandas, and the whole life cycle of the cute creatures! If you are interested in panda volunteer experience, you can view the panda volunteer photos in Dujiangyan / Bifengxia / Shenshuping Panda Bases! Get inspired now!

  • Sub-Adult Panda in China

    Sub-Adult Pandas

  • Adult Panda in China

    Adult Pandas

  • Elder Panda in China

    Elder Pandas

  • Dujiangyan Panda Volunteer Photos

    Dujiangyan Panda Volunteer

  • Panda Mommy and Baby

    Panda Mommy & Baby

  • Red Panda Photos

    Red Pandas

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