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1 Red Panda By Isabel and Emilie NOTICE: The following presentation contains copyrighted materials used under the Multimedia Guidelines and Fair use exemptions of the U.S. Copyright law. Further use is prohibited

2 Common Name: Red Panda Scientific Name: Ailurus Fulgens

3 China, Nepal, India, other Asian countries Mountains, forests, elevation from 2,200- 4,800m above sea level

4 Vulnerable on the IUCN Red List

5 There are about 2,500 left

6 Massive habitat loss Increased human activity Poaching Exploited for its pelt

7 Protected in every country where it is found In reserves that were originally to protect the giant panda International breeding program

8 Striking reddish brown fur acts as camouflage. Spend 6-8 hours eating and moving. Does well in captivity.

9 Bear and raccoon family g

10 About 1-4 young Live Birth (mammal)

11 Bamboo shoots Leaves Other small animals

12 Large house cat 7-14 pounds

13 Thick soled paws help keep warm. Claws part way retract. false thumb is part of the wrist bone.

14 Nonn, Remmel. "Asian Animals." The Grolier World Encyclopedia. Vol. 2. Grolier Educational Corporation, Print IUCN Redlist. International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, 10 Nov Web. 20 Mar Miller, Sara S. Red Pandas. New York, New York: The Rosne Publishing Group Inc., Print. Sunquist, Fiona. "Will the Red Panda Survive." National Geographic Kids, Elibrary. Web. 10 Apr

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