This is "Baby P" and on 31 August the Pairi Daiza zoo in Belgium released this footage for the clumsy fluff-ball trying to master walking. The baby still hasn't been named, so the zoo have released a poll of five Chinese names, letting the public vote for their favourite. The three names with the top votes will go to the panda keepers, who will make the final decision. It is believed that fewer than 2,000 pandas remain in the wild. Baby P is particularly special as panda births in captivity are extremely rare. Austria and Spain are the only other European countries where they have been born.