A group of 14 panda cubs have been put on display in China.
The 14 cubs were artificially bred in the Chengdu Giant Panda Breeding and Research Base in south-west China's Sichuan province.
Born between July and September this year, they are currently being raised in two delivery rooms at the base.
The eldest, Meng Meng, is four times heavier than the youngest, Ya Yi.
OK, they're going to cut the Pandacam? You have to do something, Congress.
"You can watch the National Zoo’s yet un-named female panda cub be nursed by her mother Mei Xiang right now on the zoo’s panda cam. But if congressional leaders are unable to come to an agreement to avoid a government shutdown, the roughly half of federal employees who will be affected won’t even have the solace of watching the panda cub to distract them from their lack of paychecks, reports Andrea Peterson of The Switch."