Newborn twin polar bear cubs have opened their eyes for the first time at a German zoo. The pair, who are just over five weeks old, are due to make their public debut later this spring.
The twin cubs' first blinks were caught on camera at Munich's Hellabrunn Zoo this week where they have been filmed since their birth on December 9.
The pair, born to mother Giovanna and father Yoghi, have yet to be named as their sex has not yet been identified.
The cubs will remain isolated with their mother in a special enclosure at the zoo until their public debut later this spring.