Xiao Liwu (sshyaoww-lee-woo), the sixth giant panda born at the San Diego Zoo, has been doing well in his new home.
Examinations performed by zoo keepers showed the cub weighed a healthy 4.8kg and measured almost 65cm long.
The famous cub is also starting to teeth, with several teeth found in the baby bear's mouth.
'The big findings from today's examination were that we were able to see teeth erupting in the oral cavity. Not only able to palpate them but also able to see them and he also he is much more mobile, he's able to stand up on his back legs and climb into the keeper's lap,' explained an excited Matt Kinney, a senior veterinarian at the zoo.
Several items were given to the bear to have a play with while he was being examined, and although the giant panda cub is crawling well, zoo keepers still do not feel he is ready to handle the tough terrain of the zoo's panda exhibits.
Bad news for zoo visitors as this means the baby will be kept in a private enclosure with his mother, to work on his crawling skills before given access to a public exhibit.
They can be seen online however, on the Zoo's Panda Cam.
'He is not at the point that he is co-ordinated enough to walk on uneven ground,' Mrr Kinney said. 'That's the reason that we are going to hold off on letting him out of the den at this time.'