Vets in China have given a pair of giant pandas their final health checks in preparation for their new life in Singapore.
Five-year-old Wujie and four-year-old Hubao are on a ten-year loan to the southeast Asian island country.
China has been sending pandas abroad in gestures of goodwill since the 1950s, in what has come to be known as "panda diplomacy".
They each weighed 111kg (245 lb) and were given a clean bill of health.
The pair will move into a 1,600-square metre park in Singapore's River Safari reserve, where Wujie will be known as Kai Kai and Hubao has been named Jia Jia.