Photo by joelrivlin.

What’s black and white and so cute you’ll want to squeal like a Bieber-obsessed tween? A baby panda. And now you can see one any time you want.

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Actually, you can see four giant panda cubs — Zhichun (“Spring”), Qingshan (“Green Mountain”), Zhaoyang (“Morning Sun”), and Ao’ Ao (“Pride”). The cute cubbies reside at China’s Bifengxia Panda Reserve, and all their activities are streamed live through’s new panda web cam.

Live animal cams are quickly becoming a dime a dozen — we’ve seen penguin, baby eagle, and polar bear cams just in the past couple of months. But baby pandas up the ante. Even the most hardened curmudgeons will crack a smile when a panda cub shimmies his fuzzy, little butt up a tree.

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