Video captures mama panda helping Bei Bei the Cub climb a tree for the first time

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The National Zoo's beloved baby pandas are a bottomless well overflowing with adorable viral videos.

In his newest gift to the panda-loving masses, the zoo's newest giant panda, Bei Bei, gets stuck while climbing a tree for the first time.

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Notching the cuteness level up even higher, Bei Bei's mama, Mei Xiang, who was standing anxiously by all along, then helps the five-month-old cub down to safety.

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All this darling charm from the very same animal that gave us a groggy public debut.

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Meanwhile, it was Bei Bei's zoo roommate Tian Tian that nearly broke the internet during January's East Coast blizzard when he rolled happily down a snowy hill.

Bei Bei is one of four pandas in residence at the National Zoo, including mother Mei Xiang, adult male Tian Tian and Bei Bei's two-year-old sister Bao Bao.

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In this photo taken Dec. 14, 2015, animal keeper Nicole MacCorkle holds Bei Bei, the National Zoo's newest panda and offspring of Mei Xiang and Tian Tian, for members of the media at the National Zoo in Washington. The youngest giant panda cub at the National Zoo is ready for his close-up. Bei Bei will make his public debut on Jan. 16. During an audience with a small news media contingent Monday, he was so relaxed that he fell asleep and drooled on an examination table. At nearly 4 months old, Bei Bei weighs more than 17 pounds and is gaining about a pound a week. He's bigger than his older siblings were at the same age. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
In this photo taken Dec. 14, 2015, animal keeper Stacey Tabellario holds Bei Bei, the National Zoo's newest panda and offspring of Mei Xiang and Tian Tian, as he is presented to members of the media at the National Zoo in Washington. The youngest giant panda cub at the National Zoo is ready for his close-up. Bei Bei will make his public debut on Jan. 16. During an audience with a small news media contingent Monday, he was so relaxed that he fell asleep and drooled on an examination table. At nearly 4 months old, Bei Bei weighs more than 17 pounds and is gaining about a pound a week. He's bigger than his older siblings were at the same age. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
In this photo taken Dec. 14, 2015, Bei Bei, the National Zoo's newest panda and offspring of Mei Xiang and Tian Tian, is presented for members of the media at the National Zoo in Washington. The youngest giant panda cub at the National Zoo is ready for his close-up. Bei Bei will make his public debut on Jan. 16. During an audience with a small news media contingent Monday, he was so relaxed that he fell asleep and drooled on an examination table. At nearly 4 months old, Bei Bei weighs more than 17 pounds and is gaining about a pound a week. He's bigger than his older siblings were at the same age. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
In this photo taken dec. 14, 2015, Bei Bei, the National Zoo's newest panda and offspring of Mei Xiang and Tian Tian, is presented for members of the media at the National Zoo in Washington. The youngest giant panda cub at the National Zoo is ready for his close-up. Bei Bei will make his public debut on Jan. 16. During an audience with a small news media contingent Monday, he was so relaxed that he fell asleep and drooled on an examination table. At nearly 4 months old, Bei Bei weighs more than 17 pounds and is gaining about a pound a week. He's bigger than his older siblings were at the same age. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
Animal keeper Stacey Tabellario holds Bei Bei, the National Zoo's newest panda and offspring of Mei Xiang and Tian Tian, as he is presented to members of the media at the National Zoo in Washington, Monday, Dec. 14, 2015. Bei Bei will be making his public debut on January 16, 2016. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
Bei Bei, the National Zoo's newest panda and offspring of Mei Xiang and Tian Tian, falls asleep while being presented for members of the media at the National Zoo in Washington, Monday, Dec. 14, 2015. Bei Bei will be making his public debut on January 16, 2016. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
In this photo taken Dec. 14, 2015, animal keeper Stacey Tabellario holds Bei Bei, the National Zoo's newest panda and offspring of Mei Xiang and Tian Tian, as he is presented to members of the media at the National Zoo in Washington. The youngest giant panda cub at the National Zoo is ready for his close-up. Bei Bei will make his public debut on Jan. 16. During an audience with a small news media contingent Monday, he was so relaxed that he fell asleep and drooled on an examination table. At nearly 4 months old, Bei Bei weighs more than 17 pounds and is gaining about a pound a week. He's bigger than his older siblings were at the same age. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
Bei Bei, the National Zoo's newest panda and offspring of Mei Xiang and Tian Tian, is presented for members of the media at the National Zoo in Washington, Monday, Dec. 14, 2015. Bei Bei will be making his public debut on January 16, 2016. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
In this photo taken Dec. 14, 2015, animal keeper Nicole MacCorkle, left, and biologist Laurie Thompson, right, attempt to look at the teeth of Bei Bei, the National Zoo's newest panda and offspring of Mei Xiang and Tian Tian, in front of members of the media at the National Zoo in Washington. The youngest giant panda cub at the National Zoo is ready for his close-up. Bei Bei will make his public debut on Jan. 16. During an audience with a small news media contingent Monday, he was so relaxed that he fell asleep and drooled on an examination table. At nearly 4 months old, Bei Bei weighs more than 17 pounds and is gaining about a pound a week. He's bigger than his older siblings were at the same age. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
In this photo taken Dec. 14, 2015, Bei Bei, the National Zoo's newest panda and offspring of Mei Xiang and Tian Tian, falls asleep while being presented for members of the media at the National Zoo in Washington. The youngest giant panda cub at the National Zoo is ready for his close-up. Bei Bei will make his public debut on Jan. 16. During an audience with a small news media contingent Monday, he was so relaxed that he fell asleep and drooled on an examination table. At nearly 4 months old, Bei Bei weighs more than 17 pounds and is gaining about a pound a week. He's bigger than his older siblings were at the same age. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
Bei Bei, a Giant Panda cub born on August 22, 2015, makes his first media appearance at the Smithsonian National Zoo in Washington, DC, December 16, 2015. Bei Bei will make his first public appearance on January 16, when the Giant Panda house reopens to the public.  (Photo credit: SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)
In this photo taken Dec. 14, 2015, Bei Bei, the National Zoo's newest panda and offspring of Mei Xiang and Tian Tian, yawns while being presented for members of the media at the National Zoo in Washington. The youngest giant panda cub at the National Zoo is ready for his close-up. Bei Bei will make his public debut on Jan. 16. During an audience with a small news media contingent Monday, he was so relaxed that he fell asleep and drooled on an examination table. At nearly 4 months old, Bei Bei weighs more than 17 pounds and is gaining about a pound a week. He's bigger than his older siblings were at the same age. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
Animal keeper Stacey Tabellario holds Bei Bei, the National Zoo's newest panda and offspring of Mei Xiang and Tian Tian, as he is presented to members of the media at the National Zoo in Washington, Monday, Dec. 14, 2015. Bei Bei will be making his public debut on January 16, 2016. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
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