The Smithsonian's National Zoo revealed the cub's gender to zookeepers and fans alike with a color-coordinated painting made by the cub's father, a giant panda named Tian Tian.
As if it wasn't weird enough when we did this for humans, sparking multiple massive wildfires. Maybe the endangered pandas will enjoy the celebration of baby genitals, too!
(The fact that was the first successful artificial insemination of a panda at US zoo is kind of interesting, I guess. I'm still not convinced that they needed to make Grandpa paint blue and pink on a canvas, though.)