Time Snow News:  A pair of adorable panda twins born in China last month amid the COVID-19 crisis has garnered a lot of attention for their unique name.  The babies, now one-month-old, have been named ‘Ping-Ping’ and ‘An An’, which means ‘Safe’ and ‘Sound’ in English.
 The pair were born to 16-year-old giant panda named ‘Fuwa’ on March 17 at the Chengdu Research and Breeding Base of Giant Panda. They happen to be the world’s first set of panda twins born in captivity this year, reported MailOnline.
After a month, they weighed over 1 kg and 800 grams respectively, and are said to be healthy. A video shared by state broadcaster CCTV shows the pair resting inside an incubator.