A worker cares for a newborn giant panda—one of a set of twins born to 12-year-old Guo Guo, which was moved after the May 12 earthquake.
It was the first panda birth after the 7.9 magnitude quake struck near China's main breeding center at Wolong National Nature Reserve, in hilly western Sichuan Province. Most of the pandas have been moved, some to the reserve at Ya'an, also in Sichuan.
(Rufus: Seriously, just try not to smile at this picture. I dare you.)
-National Geographic News.