The giant panda triplets at China's Chimelong Safari Park turned 100 today — 100 days, that is.
Born on July 29, the three fluffy cubs are the only known panda triplets alive today. While they each weighed less than a third of a pound when they were born, each tyke has now grown to a whopping 11 pounds, according to the Associated Press.
Now that the three — who have yet to be named — have reached the 100-day mark, they will be displayed in the park for limited times while they take turns living with their mom for five-day periods.
“It is imperative to help the triplets form a good relationship with their mother and keep them in close contact," Dong Guixin, general manager for Chimelong Safari Park, told the Associated Press.
"We hope that they can live together if the cubs grow healthily."