Rare Look into Adorable First Moments of Baby Panda Twins

First set of giant panda twin cubs born in captivity in the US in 26 years.
1:24 | 08/10/13

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the twin pandas at the atlanta zoo, have turned 25 days old, and every day so far, a camera capturing their every move. Tonight, a baby album like we have never seen. The first 25 days. For two baby pandas at the atlanta zoo. Day two, one of the pandas opening their mouth there. Day three, and those are their hind legs right there. By day five, barely able to raise those tiny little heads, trying to move around. By day eight, their fur taking shape, and they're taking a nap. The whole time together, cuddling, as the camera rolls. By day 15, we noticed they're starting to look like the pandas we all know. Late today we talked with the lead veterinarian. Inside the nursery with those baby pandas. Every day they're starting to grow more and more hair, and coloration. Until now they look like pandas, only in miniature. So that's been really fascinating and really cool to watch. Reporter: Tonight, the zoo tells us they think they're post boy pandas. Look at how fast they have grown. Enough to wear them out while dazzling the rest of us watching them grow. What a gift from the atlanta zoo tonight. First two pin andys bompb here in 26 years.

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