Hello world! Adorable baby panda gives cheeky wave during weigh-in

The panda cub was being weighed at Atlanta Zoo when he decided to give a cheeky wave to his adoring public

Six weeks ago he was welcomed into the world as one half of a rare newborn panda cub duo at Atlanta Zoo.

Now the adorable male cub has grown up a lot, has a healthy coat of black and white fur, and isn't afraid of being friendly.

The panda cub was being weighed at Atlanta Zoo when he even decided to give a cheeky wave to his adoring public.

He is one half of the first panda cub duo ever born at Zoo Atlanta.

Giant panda 'Lun Lun' gave birth on July 15th, and surprised zookeepers by producing twins.

The cute cub is one half of the first panda twins to be born in America since 1987. (Rex)
Curator of Mammals Rebecca Snyder with the baby panda at Atlanta Zoo. (Rex)
They are the first giant panda twins to be born in the U.S. since 1987.

Speaking after the cubs were born, Raymond B. King, Zoo Atlanta's president and CEO, said: 'This is a success we share with all of our fellow zoological organizations working to understand and protect this iconic species, and we share our joy with our local community and with our colleagues in China.

'Twins are an entirely new scenario for Lun Lun, Zoo Atlanta and our animal care teams, who will no doubt be extremely busy over the next few month.'