Giant panda cub enjoys fruitsicles in cute viral video. Internet loves it

The viral video of a giant panda cub has been shared by Smithsonian’s National Zoo in the United States on their Instagram handle. The Internet is loving the video.

Screenshot from the viral video. (Picture courtesy: Instagram).

A video of a giant panda cub enjoying his summer treat, a fruitsicle, has gone crazy viral on social media. The adorable video has been shared by Smithsonian’s National Zoo on their Instagram handle. The Internet is loving giant panda cub Xiao Qi Ji’s and his cute antics.

In the video, the panda can be seen licking away his fruitsicle which is made up of apple juice and water. “Happy Friday! Are you enjoying a summer treat like giant panda Xiao Qi Ji? There’s nothing more refreshing for the pandas on a hot day than fruitsicles! These refreshing treats are made with frozen apple juice and water. Our cub seems to really enjoy them (sic),” Smithsonian’s National Zoo wrote sharing the video on their Instagram handle.

Watch the video here:

Netizens gave this adorable video a big thumbs up. Users can’t stop talking about how cute this video is. “He’s sooooo cute! Getting so big (sic).” A user, who visited the zoo in 2019, wrote, “Was there in the winter of 2019 and got to see them enjoying frozen pineapple juice. It was so cute hearing them eating it (sic).” “He really does enjoy them and he couldn’t be any cuter while eating them (sic),” read another comment.

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