Seven-year-old giant panda Min Min had a baby girl at Bifengxia Giant Panda Breeding and Research Center in Sichuan Province, China. She was the largest cub born in 2015.
Seven-year-old giant panda Min Min had a baby girl at Bifengxia Giant Panda Breeding and Research Center in Sichuan Province, China. She was the largest cub born in 2015.
Photograph by Ami Vitale

Our Favorite Instagram Photos: Panda Cubs and a Cliffside Fall

We selected our favorite pictures from the past week on @natgeo Instagram. See more of our photographers' photos on Instagram.

From a panda research center in China, up to the mountains of Bhutan and into the waters of Antarctica—see the photos that our photographers shared this week on @natgeo Instagram.

Each week our photo editors select their favorite photos that were posted on the @natgeo Instagram account. Follow this week's photographers: @amivitale, @ladzinski, @brianskerry, @markosian, @paulnicklen, @michaelmelford, and @ciriljazbec.

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