Doctor Katherine Feng, 65, a documentary photographer has been taking pictures of a 5-week-old panda bear cub in China that includes one of the baby panda smiling and waving to the camera.
She has spent four years at the China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda at the Wolong Nature Reserve in Sichuan.
Feng told the Daily Mail that when baby panda's are first born they kind of look like the size of a "fat hotdog."
Then she said when they are at least four-weeks-old they start to actually look like a panda bear.
"At that age, they are roly-poly balls of black and white," Feng said. "They are able to move a bit more and are cute to watch."
Feng is the first photographer given permission to access a panda cub as a documentary photographer. "No other photographer has ever been granted such access at the CCRCGP," she said.
Feng said that while it is very tempting to pet and play with the baby panda it is only the role of a veterinarian to do that.
"If people saw me handling the cubs, there might be some that would have questioned my true intentions," Feng said.
Another photo Feng captured was the cub lying on his back with his arms behind his head.
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