Zoo Madrid's almost three-month-old panda cubs are currently settling in to their brand new crib.
According to ZooBorns, during the winter, it is much too chilly for the cubs to venture outdoors with their mother, Hua Zui Ba. They spend their time apart either in their incubator or in their new crib.
Born on September 7, these baby pandas are the first giant pandas to be born at Zoo Madrid since 1982.
Unfortunately, there are approximately only 1600 wild pandas left in China, due to destruction of their habitat. Zoo Madrid now has four of the endangered animals: the twins and their parents.
To see even more baby panda footage, check out photos of the cubs on photographer Jeroen Jacobs's website.