Out of 6,300 suggestions, San Diego Zoo managers have chosen a name for a baby panda born this summer.
Zoo officials on Tuesday announced that the 3-month-old black-and-white ball of fur will be called Yun Zi (YUHN'-zih), which is Chinese for "Son of Cloud."
The cub was born on Aug. 5 but wasn't named for 100 days to follow Chinese tradition.
Yun Zi is the fifth cub born to the zoo's 300-pound mother panda whose name means "White Cloud."
He's only the 14th panda in the United States, including five in San Diego.
Yun Zi weighed about 4 ounces when he was born but now weighs more than 10 pounds.
His birth was posted on the zoo blog and a "panda cam" that allowed people to see the cub in a zoo den was so popular that it briefly crashed.