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World's only surviving giant panda triplets staying healthy

The triplets live with their mother in China. (Source: CCTV/CNN) The triplets live with their mother in China. (Source: CCTV/CNN)
GUANGZHOU, CHINA (CCTV/CNN) - The world's only surviving giant panda triplets are six months old.

All the cubs are in good health, and their fur turned black and white, like their mother, from being pink when born. According to the breeding park, they have begun to eat fresh bamboo by themselves. 

A breeder said that being six months old shows a sign of a stable life.

"The triplets are living with their mother all day long. All of them weigh above 12 kilograms and are in good condition," said Chen Shuqing, a panda breeder.

The cubs were born within four hours of each other back in July. They are the longest living set of panda triplets in history.

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