Following the birth of 14 baby pandas in China, the world's news teams are now on red alert at Edinburgh Zoo ahead of the (possible) arrival of Tian Tian's cubs. And it all seems very familiar...

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  • Tian Tian the Panda in her enclosure at Edinburgh Zoo on her ninth birthday Friday Aug. 24, 2012. Keepers at Edinburgh Zoo made a three-tiered panda cake with carrots instead of candles for Tian Tian, but the birthday girl did not seem too impressed with her gift and refused to eat it this morning. (AP PhotoAndrew Milligan/PA Wire) UNITED KINGDOM OUT NO SALES NO ARCHIVE

  • Tian Tian the Panda in her enclosure at Edinburgh Zoo on her ninth birthday Friday Aug. 24, 2012. Keepers at Edinburgh Zoo made a three-tiered panda cake with carrots instead of candles for Tian Tian, but the birthday girl did not seem too impressed with her gift and refused to eat it this morning. (AP PhotoAndrew Milligan/PA Wire) UNITED KINGDOM OUT NO SALES NO ARCHIVE

  • Yang Guang (Sunshine), a giant male pand

    Yang Guang (Sunshine), a giant male panda, looks on during his ninth birthday, his first on Scottish soil, at Edinburgh Zoo, on August 14, 2012 in Edinburgh. Yang Guang is one of the two giant pandas which arrived at the zoo on December 4, 2011 and which will spend 10 years on loan in the Scottish capital, a deal agreed after years of high-level political and diplomatic negotiations with China. AFP PHOTO / ANDY BUCHANAN (Photo credit should read Andy Buchanan/AFP/GettyImages)

  • Yang Guang (Sunshine), a giant male pand

    Yang Guang (Sunshine), a giant male panda, looks on during his ninth birthday, his first on Scottish soil, at Edinburgh Zoo, on August 14, 2012 in Edinburgh. Yang Guang is one of the two giant pandas which arrived at the zoo on December 4, 2011 and which will spend 10 years on loan in the Scottish capital, a deal agreed after years of high-level political and diplomatic negotiations with China. AFP PHOTO / ANDY BUCHANAN (Photo credit should read Andy Buchanan/AFP/GettyImages)

  • Yang Guang (Sunshine), a giant male pand

    Yang Guang (Sunshine), a giant male panda, chews on bamboo on his ninth birthday, his first on Scottish soil, at Edinburgh Zoo, on August 14, 2012 in Edinburgh. Yang Guang is one of the two giant pandas which arrived at the zoo on December 4, 2011 and which will spend 10 years on loan in the Scottish capital, a deal agreed after years of high-level political and diplomatic negotiations with China. AFP PHOTO / ANDY BUCHANAN (Photo credit should read Andy Buchanan/AFP/GettyImages)

  • Yang Guang (Sunshine), a giant male pand

    Yang Guang (Sunshine), a giant male panda, chews on bamboo on his ninth birthday, his first on Scottish soil, at Edinburgh Zoo, on August 14, 2012 in Edinburgh. Yang Guang is one of the two giant pandas which arrived at the zoo on December 4, 2011 and which will spend 10 years on loan in the Scottish capital, a deal agreed after years of high-level political and diplomatic negotiations with China. AFP PHOTO / ANDY BUCHANAN (Photo credit should read Andy Buchanan/AFP/GettyImages)

  • Yang Guang (Sunshine), a giant male pand

    Yang Guang (Sunshine), a giant male panda, chews on bamboo on his ninth birthday, his first on Scottish soil, at Edinburgh Zoo, on August 14, 2012 in Edinburgh. Yang Guang is one of the two giant pandas which arrived at the zoo on December 4, 2011 and which will spend 10 years on loan in the Scottish capital, a deal agreed after years of high-level political and diplomatic negotiations with China. AFP PHOTO / ANDY BUCHANAN (Photo credit should read Andy Buchanan/AFP/GettyImages)

  • Yang Guang (Sunshine), a giant male pand

    Yang Guang (Sunshine), a giant male panda, chews on bamboo on his ninth birthday, his first on Scottish soil, at Edinburgh Zoo, on August 14, 2012 in Edinburgh. Yang Guang is one of the two giant pandas which arrived at the zoo on December 4, 2011 and which will spend 10 years on loan in the Scottish capital, a deal agreed after years of high-level political and diplomatic negotiations with China. AFP PHOTO / ANDY BUCHANAN (Photo credit should read Andy Buchanan/AFP/GettyImages)

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    Female panda Tian Tian at Edinburgh Zoo in Scotland, a keepers at Edinburgh Zoo opened a 'love tunnel' between male Yang Guang and female Tian Tian's enclosures yesterday as they hoped to speed up the mating process.

  • Pandas in Edinburgh Zoo

    Male panda Yang Guang at Edinburgh Zoo in Scotland, a keepers at Edinburgh Zoo opened a 'love tunnel' between male Yang Guang and female Tian Tian's enclosures yesterday as they hoped to speed up the mating process.

  • Pandas in Edinburgh Zoo

    Male panda Yang Guang at Edinburgh Zoo in Scotland, a keepers at Edinburgh Zoo opened a 'love tunnel' between male Yang Guang and female Tian Tian's enclosures yesterday as they hoped to speed up the mating process.

  • Pandas in Edinburgh Zoo

    Male panda Yang Guang at Edinburgh Zoo in Scotland, a keepers at Edinburgh Zoo opened a 'love tunnel' between male Yang Guang and female Tian Tian's enclosures yesterday as they hoped to speed up the mating process.

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    Tian Tian eats her panda cake in her enclosure at Edinburgh Zoo . The UK's only pair of giant pandas were treated to an extra helping of panda cake this morning to celebrate their first Christmas in Scotland.

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    Tian Tian eats her panda cake in her enclosure at Edinburgh Zoo . The UK's only pair of giant pandas were treated to an extra helping of panda cake this morning to celebrate their first Christmas in Scotland.

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    Tian Tian stretches after eating her panda cake in her enclosure at Edinburgh Zoo. The UK's only pair of giant pandas were treated to an extra helping of panda cake this morning to celebrate their first Christmas in Scotland.

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    Tian Tian stretches after eating her panda cake in her enclosure at Edinburgh Zoo. The UK's only pair of giant pandas were treated to an extra helping of panda cake this morning to celebrate their first Christmas in Scotland.

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    Yang Guang the panda at Edinburgh Zoo where it met its keeper Sharon Hatton. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Friday December 23, 2011. Photo credit should read: David Cheskin/PA Wire

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    Yang Guang the panda at Edinburgh Zoo where it met its keeper Sharon Hatton.

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    People watch Tian Tian the panda in its enclosure at Edinburgh Zoo as members of the public are let in for the first time to see the animals. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Friday December 16, 2011. The first giant pandas to live in the UK for 17 years have gone on show to the public. Tian Tian and Yang Guang have been getting used to their new home at Edinburgh Zoo since arriving from China on Sunday December 4. They spent their first few days indoors acclimatising before emerging to explore their outside enclosure. See PA story ANIMALS Pandas. Photo credit should read: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire

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    Tian Tian the panda in its enclosure at Edinburgh Zoo as members of the public are let in for the first time to see the animals.

  • Edinburgh Zoo pandas

    People watch Tian Tian the panda in its enclosure at Edinburgh Zoo as members of the public are let in for the first time to see the animals.

  • Giant pandas to arrive at new home

    Edinburgh Zoo's Panda Team members (left to right) Christine Colquhoun, Lisette Boxsman and Lisa Baxter at Edinburgh Zoo ahead of the arrival of pandas Tian Tian and Yang Guang this weekend.

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    Giant Panda Yang Guang in his new enclosure at Edinburgh Zoo in Scotland ahead of going on public display later this week.

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