Tokyo - A baby panda in Japan has survived its crucial first 30 days, zoo officials said Wednesday, as fresh video showed the cub at one month old.
The female panda was the first to be born at Tokyo's Ueno Zoo in five years.
The rare birth delighted animal lovers and businesses keen to cash in on the excitement that the panda generated.
Footage released by the zoo shows the cub being weighed and measured by zoo keepers.
She is visibly bigger and has clearer black-and-white colouring compared to an earlier release.
But the panda barely moved, except when yawning and falling asleep.
At 30 days, she tipped the scales at 1,147.8 grammes (2 pounds, 8 ounces) and measured 29.5 centimetres (11.6 inches) in length.