It's playful panda-monium in China.
Twenty-three panda cubs made their public debut in front of a frenzy of tourists taking photos.
The fluffy fur balls were all between 1 and 4 months old, born at a giant panda breeding center.
Some were loving the attention and wiggling about, while others appeared to be too tired to move much.
Researchers credit the baby bear boom to improved breeding techniques.
The number of newborns is almost twice as high as it was in 2015.
23 adorable baby pandas make public debut in China