They are not known for being fearsome members of the animal kingdom.
But these two pandas could change that view as they battle one another in their enclosure.
This adorable video shows two panda cubs fighting each other after one declares war.
Time to play: One panda is seen tugging at his friend to encourage him to start playing
As the cub fights back, the two have a little scrap, which soon leads on to war being declared
The cub manages to push his friend off the wooden fence, starting a bitter battle of the pair
One cub is seen standing on a wooden fence at the beginning of the clip, while his playmate eagerly tugs on him, ready to scrap.
He manages to knock him off his perch and the fight begins.
The cubs both make it back onto the wooden platform and keep up the rough and tumble.
As one cub stands up and turns around, he manages to swipe the other and knock him to the ground.
The panda stumbles back to his feet but loses his balance and hits the ground again, landing square on his bottom.
The cub is not taking it lying down, and soon returns to the wooden area to fight back
The knock down might be more than enough for him to stop the fight though, as he lands on the ground with quite a bump after being knocked by his playmate
And that last hit might have been enough as the cubs seem to separate and go back to playing alone.
The video was uploaded on Thursday and is thought to show pandas at the Chengdu breeding centre in China.
PRINCE PANDA: HOW THE CHINESE PAMPER ICONIC BEARS
The royal animal: Pandas are raised with extreme care in Chinese breeding centres
Sports facilities: The black-and-white bears enjoy a variety of leisure facilities in the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding, such as gym facilities made with bamboo and dipping pools for the animals to cool down in summer.
Well-furnished delivery rooms: They are set up for expectant panda mothers in the breeding centre in Chengdu. The Sun Delivery Room receives panda mothers during the day while the Moon Delivery Room helps the animal give birth at night.
Fancy food menu: More than 20 types of bamboo are offered by the Chengdu centre to ensure pandas dine like kings. Their favourite is said to be the shoots collected at altitudes higher than 6,560ft in Bashan Mountain.
Cool rooms: During summer, all pandas enjoy air-conditioned rooms. Last July, a panda in Taipei Zoo tricked zookeepers into giving her an air-conditioned room, round-the-clock care and extra bamboo by pretending she was pregnant.
Free match-making service: A keeper at the Chengdu centre said in an interview last year that she got up at 6am every day to match-make female and male pandas during the mating seasons.
Source: Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding, QQ.com