It might sound like a strange job but when you see the end product it definitely produces the cutest result.
If you missed the adorable pics of the fluffy red panda triplets born at Sydney’s Taronga Zoo, we bring you another cute little guy — but now with an added Tinder-style backstory.
The triplets were part of the Zoo and Aquarium Association’s breeding program for zoos across Australasia.
Species co-ordinator Matt Clifton has the special task of helping each red panda find their perfect partner to boost the endangered animal’s insurance population.
Mr. Clifton searches far and wide to play cupid for the animals as part of a global breeding program.
“It’s not exactly Tinder but I do use software to help work out which pandas could be a potential match,” Mr. Clifton said.