National Zoo’s giant panda cub, Bei Bei, makes debut

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Bei Bei, the Smithsonian National Zoo's newest giant panda cub, met his adoring public for the first time Saturday.

The 4-month-old joined his parents, Tian Tian and Mei Xiang, on display at the National Zoo in Washington, D.C..

Panda fans have been eagerly awaiting his debut since his birth on Aug. 22. Bei Bei had a twin but that cub died on Aug. 26.

Bei Bei's brother, Bao Bao, was born in 2013 and is also on display for visitors to see.

If you can't make it to the National Zoo anytime soon, check them out at the zoo's panda cam.

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