First baby panda born in France makes debut public appearance

The first baby panda born in France has made its debut on Saturday the Beauval Zoo South of Paris.

The 4-month-old cub is named "Yuan Meng," which means the "realization of a wish," or "accomplishment of a dream."

The baby panda's godmother is actually French First Lady Brigitte Macron.

The cub's parents are on loan from China and the cub will be sent to China once its weaned in about two or three years.

Panda births are rare, as there are only about 1,800 pandas in the wild in China and about 400 in captivity.