Two giant panda cubs are being prepared for a new life at a zoo in the Netherlands following a long airplane flight from China.
Male Xing Ya and female Wu Wen, who are both aged three and from the Sichuan province, arrived at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol on Wednesday evening.
They were briefly displayed in cages at the airport before being transported to Ouwehand Zoo in Rhenen, a city of about 20,000 people in central Holland.
The zoo will quarantine the pair for several weeks before revealing them to the public. The pandas will live in a Chinese-themed enclosure with indoor and outdoor areas and even a refrigerator for their favorite food, bamboo.
Like other pandas loaned by China, the youngsters are intended to be a breeding pair and the zoo has a nursery for their future cubs.