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Red Pandas Can't Stop Kissing (VIDEO)

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We all know the feeling.

You've just started a relationship and the butterflies take over. No matter where you are, you can't seem to keep your hands off each other, despite the judgmental looks and demands to "Get a room!"

Surprisingly enough, it seems like these two pandas at a Japanese zoo know the feeling.

They don't care if you stare, this cute couple is so madly in love, they can't be bothered to stop kissing, no matter how many zoo-goers giggle and point.

This little love action might be a good thing, since the International Union for Conservation of Nature has the red panda listed as a vulnerable species due to habitat loss and poaching.

Now, to be clear, we're not actually sure that these animals are kissing. For all we know, they could just be cleaning each other (according to the San Diego Zoo, pandas clean their fur by licking their paws) or trying to lick really yummy food crumbs off the other's face ... but for now, we choose to believe they're wildly in love.

No matter how uncomfortable the passionate smooches (or whatever they are) made passersby, at least it's not a weird as some of these mating techniques. Read: Feces spraying. Yup.

Take a break from the daily grind and watch these adorable PDA pandas get a little lovin'. Need even more pandas in your life? Click here to check out a very innocent video of a dozen baby pandas snuggling.

WATCH the pandas "making out":




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