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It’s a boy for giant pandas Kai Kai and Jia Jia, who welcomed their firstborn at River Safari on 14 August 2021. After close to a month in the warm embrace of Jia Jia’s loving care, the panda cub is doing well and steadily growing day by day. The cub’s gender was unveiled by the #littleone’s father Kai Kai, who made the gender reveal as part of his 14th birthday celebrations. With 14 blue and pink candles gracing his exhibit in the Giant Panda Forest, Kai Kai tugged on an enrichment gift which released a shower of blue confetti, along with carrots, which he enjoys crunching on. Kai Kai’s birthday falls on 14 September, about a month after the birth of his cub.
This September, Jurong Bird Park kicks off its very own month of giving. The park is sharing its festive jubilee cheer through carnival activities and initiatives, to give back to the community for 50 years of unwavering support.
It’s official—and we have it in black and white—the nation’s first panda cub born on 14 August 2021 at River Safari—a joyful boost to the ongoing National Day celebrations this year. The cub’s gender is yet to be determined and will be announced later. Meanwhile, mom and baby are in an off-exhibit den to give them time to nurse and bond.