Baby Panda Takes First Steps At San Diego Zoo, Internet Stricken With Cuteness [VIDEO]

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In what has spurred a worldwide cuteness epidemic, distracting workers all across the world (even in productivity-obsessed China), a baby panda has taken its first steps at the San Diego Zoo, according to the New York Daily News.

The 11-week-old unnamed cub , which trudged a few inches, looked around amusedly, made a few squeaky noises, and experienced some odd finger-in-mouth feeding or examination process, is, without a shadow of a doubt, one of the cutest things to ever grace the World Wide Web. Its handlers and vets—it should be noted—are some of the luckiest people on earth. They get to have Christmas every day.

According to the  Daily News, those experts say the cub’s development is right on track. Being abundantly adorable, however, is a full time job, lest you forget, and it ain’t an easy one. As of now, the cub can only walk using its front legs before it tires out after a few seconds—an insanely adorable act to witness, if ever fatigue were adorable.

 

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