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<p> </p><p>One of the youngest, fluffiest residents at the National Zoo in Washington D.C. has made her first wobbly steps towards mobility. The as-yet-unnamed youngster, a 3-month-old Giant Panda, was recently captured on webcam acquainting herself with the idea of walking and testing out her limbs.</p> <p>The process is slow going for the 10 pound panda baby, but zoo staff assure us she's working on it, in between naps, of course.</p> <p>She hasn't gotten very far yet though, she's only takes a few steps before sitting back down and crawling. On Sunday she almost walked out of the den all by herself. She stood in the doorway of the den trying to get her hind legs underneath her and walk, but she tired herself out and took a nap in the doorway instead.</p><p></p>

One of the youngest, fluffiest residents at the National Zoo in Washington D.C. has made her first wobbly steps towards adorable mobility. The as-yet-unnamed youngster, a 3-month-old Giant Panda, was recently captured on webcam acquainting herself with the idea of walking by testing out her limbs.

The process is slow going for the 10 pound panda baby, but zoo staff assure us she's working on it, in between naps of course.

She hasn't gotten very far yet though, she's only takes a few steps before sitting back down and crawling. On Sunday she almost walked out of the den all by herself. She stood in the doorway of the den trying to get her hind legs underneath her and walk, but she tired herself out and took a nap in the doorway instead.

[Via DCist]