SEATTLE, Wash. (KCPQ/FOX 13) - The Woodland Zoo in Seattle unveiled a pair of rare red pandas.
Twin sisters Zeya and Ila born back in June as a part of a conservation breeding program.
The duo made their first public appearance the day after Thanksgiving.
Fewer than 10,000 of the species remain in the wild.
Their bamboo forest habitat stretches from China to Myanmar.
Their mom, Hazel will be repaired with the same male, Yukiko, in hopes to keep breeding the species.