(PIX11) — The world’s only surviving panda triplets met their mother for the first time on Tuesday.
The cubs were separated from their mother when they were born on July 29, 2014.
In a video released by China’s Chimelong Safari Park, the panda mother gently held two of the triplets in her arms.
The third cub was asleep and she did not want to wake it up.
Panda’s are notorious for their low reproductive rates.
According to park authorities, all previous panda triplets, at least one has died due to malnutrition or their mother’s carelessness.