San Diego Zoo's adorable giant panda cub Xiao Liwu is getting comfortable in his home, climbing branches, frolicking and taking naps in the sun.
Baby Panda Gets Cozy in New Home
Xiao Liwu settling in at the San Diego Zoo's public panda exhibit on Jan. 23, 2013
Panda Cub Gets New Toys
Xiao Liwu looks like he's waving while holding a piece of bamboo in his mouth.
Sleepy Panda Cub Gets Stronger
Xiao Liwu during his 16th exam.
Fidgety Panda Cub Shows Off Belly
Xiao Liwu during his 15th exam on Nov. 29.
FILE - In this Sept. 20,2012 file photo provided by the San Diego Zoo, the panda cub at the San Diego Zoo is shown during his fifth veterinary exam. The male panda, born on July 29, 2012. The San Diego Zoo has announced that its 15-week-old giant panda has been named Xiao Liwu, which means Little Gift. The name was selected by the public, which voted on the zoo's website. (AP Photo/San Diego Zoo/Tammy Spratt,File)
Panda cub at San Diego Zoo gets official name
It's official. The baby panda at the San Diego Zoo was named Xiao Liwu, which means 'little gift' in English.
Full-Bellied Panda Cub Pushes Up on Four Legs
The panda cub’s furry belly was on full display this morning as the rambunctious boy was examined during his 11th veterinary exam.
This image provided by the San Diego Zoo shows a giant panda cub receiving its first veterinary exam Thursday, Aug. 23, 2012, in San Diego. The exam allowed staff to determine that the cub is healthy, thriving and weighs 1.5 pounds, but were not able to determine the sex. This is the sixth giant panda born at the San Diego Zoo, the most born at a breeding facility outside of China.(AP Photo/San diego Zoo, Ken Bohn)