WATCH| Just ahead of its National Day, China unveiled 23 baby pandas-- double the amount of babies raised last year.
The antics of the baby pandas drew tons of social media attention.
Officials say the cubs are between one and four months old and have all been born this year at the Chengdu Research Base of the Giant Panda Breeding.
The International Union for Conservation of Nature recently took the giant panda off its endangered list and attributed the success to decades of conservation efforts.
Pandas are now classified as "vulnerable" with the population jumping to almost 2,000 in the wild.