First look at twin panda cubs at a zoo in Atlanta
ATLANTA (KGO) -- ABC News has an exclusive, up close look at the only surviving baby panda twins in the U.S.
The giant panda cubs at the Zoo Atlanta are each about the size of a football. A team of vets is taking care of them.
The male pandas get a few hours with their mother each day before returning to their incubators.
For now they're called "Cub A" and "Cub B."
According to Chinese tradition, the baby pandas won't be named until they're 100 days old.
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