Panda-monium in the snow
There's only one word for it when this young cub got sight of his first ever snow - panda-monium.
Giant panda cub Fu Long was clearly delighted to be frolicking with his proud mum at Vienna's Schönbrunn zoo as heavy snow covered the whole of Europe.
And 18-month-old Fu Long really got a taste for snow - gobbling down mouthfuls of the stuff as if it was ice cream, said his keepers at the Austrian zoo.
At one point he seemed to be getting on top of mum Yang Yang but she quickly shrugged it off as high spirits.
Fu Long - whose name means Lucky Dragon in Mandarin - was conceived naturally by his mum and her mate Long Hui, who have been on loan from China to the zoo since 2003.
He is the first of the endangered species to be born in Europe for more than 20 years.
"He's doing well and does whatever he likes all day long," keeper Eveline Dungl said. "He finds everything amusing - especially the snow which he eats like it was ice cream."