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  2. Red Panda | National Geographic

    The red panda is dwarfed by the black-and-white giant that shares its name. These pandas typically grow to the size of a house cat, though their big, bushy tails add an additional 18 inches. The...

  3. Red Panda Facts: Behavior, Habitat, Diet - ThoughtCo
    • Scientific Name: Ailurus fulgens
    • Common Name: Red panda
    • Basic Animal Group: Mammal
    • Size: 20-25 inch body; 11-23 inch tail
  4. 50 Adorable Facts About The Red Pandas You Have To Know ...

    Red pandas are native to southwestern China and the eastern Himalayas. Red pandas are mammals. Ailurus fulgens is the red panda’s scientific name. The International Union for Conservation of Nature listed red pandas as endangered species. Its population has plummeted due to poaching, habitat loss and fragmentation, and inbreeding depression.

  5. 32 Interesting Red Panda Facts | Fact
    • The red panda is known as the "first panda" because it was so named nearly 50 years before the giant panda.
    • Even though the red panda is classified as a carnivore, its diet is almost exclusively bamboo.
    • Englishman Major-General Thomas Hardwicke was most likely the first to describe the red panda, but he did not publish his work for several years. In the meantime, Frédéric Cuvier did not wait as long and published the first written description of the red panda in 1825.
    • Red pandas, like giant pandas, live in Asia's high forests and are bamboo eaters. However, despite these similarities, red pandas and giant pandas are not related.
  6. 40 Interesting Red Pandas Facts - Serious Facts

    40 Interesting Red Pandas Facts 1. Red panda can eat around 20,000 bamboo leaves in a day. Yes, Red Panda really does it! 2. Red panda too has retractable claws similar to other giant pandas. 3. The second name for them is “Firefox” which they got because of their size and red color of the ...

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  7. Facts About Red Pandas | Live Science
    • Size and Description
    • Habitat and Diet
    • Habits
    • Offspring
    • Classification
    • Conservation Status

    Red pandas are similar in size to the common house cat. They are 20 to 26 inches (51 to 66 centimeters) long from head to rump, and their tail adds another 10 to 20 inches (25.4 to 51 cm). They weigh from 10 to 20 lbs. (4.5 to 9 kilograms). Red pandas have large round heads and short snouts with large, pointed ears. Their coats are reddish-brown, although their faces are mostly white with reddish 'tear tracks' extending from their eyes to the corner of their mouths. These markings may help ke...

    Red pandas live in the mountains of Nepal, central China and northern Myanmar in rainy, high-altitude temperate forests and tropical forests, according to the National Zoo. One important factor to their habitat is bamboo. The forest must have a bamboo understory for it to be viable for the red panda. Bamboo consists of 85 to 95 percent of their diet, according to the National Zoo. Red pandas eat bamboo shoots and bamboo leaf tips, stripping them off the stems with their mouths. They may also...

    Red pandas are primarily crepuscular — active at dawn or dusk — but they can be active any time of the day, according to the National Zoo. They are solitary creatures; males are territorial and will mark their territory with strong odor from the scent gland at the base of their tail. Like skunks, red pandas can unleash the smell when they are scared to fend off a predator. If that doesn't work, they stand on their back feet and strike out with the claws on their front feet, according to the S...

    Female red pandas give birth during the spring and summer after a gestation period of 114 to 145 days, according to the National Zoo, although it may be as short as 90 days and as long as 158 days. Females build birthing dens in stumps, hollow trees or rock crevices. Dens are lined with grass, leaves, twigs, moss and small branches.Females can have one to four young, though they usually have twins, according to the San Diego Zoo. The baby red pandas are called cubs. Cubs' eyes and ears are se...

    Here is the taxonomy of the red panda, according to the Integrated Taxonomic Information System (ITIS):Kingdom: Animalia Subkingdom: Bilateria Infrakingdom: Deuterostomia Phylum: Chordata Subphylum: Vertebrata Infraphylum: Gnathostomata Superclass: Tetrapoda Class: Mammalia Subclass: Theria Infraclass: Eutheria Order: Carnivora Suborder: Caniformia Family: Ailuridae Genus and species: Ailurus fulgens Subspecies: Ailurus fulgens fulgens (found in the Himalayas), Ailurus fulgens refulgens (foun...

    The red panda is considered endangered and is on the IUCN's Red List of Threatened Species. It is believed that the population has decreased by 50 percent over the past 18 years, and the decline is projected to continue and perhaps intensify in the next three generations. The number of adults in the wild is probably about 10,000 animals, according to the San Diego Zoo, although some estimates put the number at only 2,500. The population decline is almost solely due to deforestation. Hunting a...

  8. Red Panda | Species | WWF

    The red panda is slightly larger than a domestic cat with a bear-like body and thick russet fur. The belly and limbs are black, and there are white markings on the side of the head and above its small eyes. Red pandas are very skillful and acrobatic animals that predominantly stay in trees.

  9. Red panda - Wikipedia

    In the 19th and 20th centuries, the following specimens were described: by Thomas Hardwicke in 1827 from the Himalayas who explained: "It is frequently discovered by its loud cry or call,... Ailurus ochraceus proposed by Brian Houghton Hodgson in 1847 was a red panda from the Himalayas. Reginald ...

    • A. fulgens
    • Ailurus, F. Cuvier, 1825
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