Giant Pandas
A giant panda cub falls from the stage while 23 giant pandas born in 2016 are seen on a display at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in Chengdu, Sichuan province, China.Reuters

If Giant Pandas were to have a social media account they would probably draw more followers than Kim Kardashian West. The bears, native to South China, may not strut around in Givenchys and Chanels, but can totally pride themselves on the unimaginable levels of cuteness they possess.

 Late last week, as many as 23 giant panda cubs made their debut at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding, Sichuan, China. A total of 27 Giant Pandas were born at research centre in 2016, moving it from World Wildlife Fund's endangered species list to the vulnerable one.

"For over fifty years, the giant panda has been the globe's most beloved conservation icon as well as the symbol of WWF. Knowing that the panda is now a step further from extinction is an exciting moment for everyone committed to conserving the world's wildlife and their habitats," WWF Global quoted Marco Lambertini, WWF Director General, as saying.

A look at Pandas from around the world: