The world’s only surviving panda triplets to be born in captivity are now out of danger. And they are growing quickly — and more cute — every day.

The cubs, one female and two males, reached two-months old on Monday, having just opened their eyes for the first time in the previous week.

An NBC TV crew was invited to visit China’s Guangzhou’s Chimelong Safari Park to meet the babies.

A worldwide naming contest is underway and includes a big cash prize.

(WATCH the video below or READ more from the Daily Mail)

Photo: Pandas at one month old from Guangzhou’s Chimelong Safari Park

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