Brace yourself for cuteness overload.
Fifteen baby pandas are the newest members of panda "kindergarten" at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in China. At the weekend, the center held an opening ceremony for the 2016 class of cubs, which includes six sets of twins.
The pandas were bred earlier this year via artificial insemination and are "graduating" from the breeding center now that they're bigger.
Giant pandas are an endangered species, and less than 1,900 currently live in the wild, according to the World Wildlife Fund.
Scroll down to check out more adorable baby panda pictures from the ceremony:
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