The nearly three-minute long clip shows the not-so-graceful furry animals rolling about, tumbling, slipping and sliding around in their enclosure.
But don't be alarmed!
According to scientists, falling is a "normal and expected part of the play of the giant panda cubs being reared by their mother." Researchers believe these tumbles "significantly contribute to the panda cubs' development into reproductively successful adults."
So, falling about is totally normal...and may even be good for them?!
Make sure you turn the volume up while watching the "panda"monium ensue:
"That explains their black eyes," jokes one person. "I'd heard that pandas are endangered. Now I totally get it," jokes another.
"Every time I trip over my own feet in future, I shall console myself that it's all part of my development to become a successful adult," comments a third.
And, just in case you haven't had your fill of pandas, click here to see Bei Bei the giant panda who keeps falling out of trees.
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