A panda is one of the cutest animals in the world and people love spotting the cuddly bears or watching videos of their antics. Similarly, most people look forward to making and playing with a snowman when in a cold region. Now, it seems that just like humans, pandas too love playing with a snowman. A video released by the Toronto Zoo shows three giant pandas together trying to take down a snowman, and the sight is too cute for words! The adorable video of the three pandas playing and attacking the snowman is sure to brighten up your day. The video was uploaded on Toronto Zoo’s official YouTube channel on January 12, and has already gone viral. Also Read - Despite Wife's Recovery From COVID-19, Justin Trudeau Says Will Continue to Stay in Self-Isolation

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The giant panda is also known as panda bear or simply panda. The large, distinctive black patches around its eyes, over the ears, and across its round body are its unique features. In the video, which is about 2.05 minutes long, the giant pandas can be seen aggressively attacking the snowman. The names of the three pandas are Er Shun, Jia Panpan and Jia Yueyue, reveals the description by Toronto Zoo. The post also states that the snowman was built by the keepers earlier this week for the pandas. The video begins with one panda battling it out with the snowman. Eventually, the first panda is joined by two other pandas. The three seem to be enjoying their fight against the snowman. There comes a point in the video where all three simply forget the existence of the snowman and start fighting with each other. Towards the end, there is just one panda who continues the battle against the snowman. Also Read - Coronavirus: Sophie Trudeau Recovers From Infection, Says ‘We’re All in This Together’

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Canada has been in the news for its extreme winter over the past few weeks, and seems like even the pandas, who usually love the cold weather, are bored of the freezing temperatures. The video has also been shared on Toronto Zoo’s Facebook page. Within a few hours, the video garnered over 2100 reactions and more than 700 shares. Many users commented on the video saying that the sight of the pandas playing with the snowman is too cute. Some said that the pandas seem to love the snowman, while some others called the video ‘comical and playful’.