Baby panda snuggles with mother in video documenting its 1st monthPosted: Updated:
Video released by a French zoo shows how a panda born last month has grown.
Officials at Beauval Zoo say the panda, nicknamed Mini Yuan Zi, is drinking without a bottle, according to The Associated Press.
In the video, the baby, who now weighs more than 2 pounds, can be seen snuggling with its mother and developing its distinctive coloring.
The baby's mother, Huan Huan, gave birth to twins, but one died shortly after birth.
France's first lady Brigitte Macron is the panda's godmother.
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