Paging Ron Burgundy. A giant panda cub was born in Vienna on Wednesday, making it only the third of the species ever born in Europe. Not only that, but all three panda births have happened in Austria's capital city. Giant panda Yang Yang's baby, born in the Schoenbrunn zoo, measures 4.5 inches and weighs in at just 4 ounces. The baby was conceived naturally via Yang Yang's partner Long Hui—which is actually notable, as most pandas in zoos must breed via artificial insemination. Panda reproduction is notoriously hard, as females are only fertile two or three days a year, making the Vienna feat all the more impressive. You go, girl!