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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 http://www.arkive.org/red-panda/ailurus-fulgens/
Common Name: Red Panda Scientific Name: Ailurus Fulgens www.cryptomundo.com
China, Nepal, India, other Asian countries Mountains, forests, elevation from 2,200- 4,800m above sea level www.chinahighlights.com
http://www.iucnredlist.org/apps/redlist/details/714/0 Vulnerable on the IUCN Red List
There are about 2,500 left www.savetheredpanda.com
Massive habitat loss Increased human activity Poaching Exploited for its pelt www.ruffordsmallgrants.org http://www.arkive.org/red-panda/ailurus-fulgens/image-G39027.html
Protected in every country where it is found In reserves that were originally to protect the giant panda International breeding program www.imgur.com
Striking reddish brown fur acts as camouflage. Spend 6-8 hours eating and moving. Does well in captivity. http://www.arkive.org/red-panda/ailurus-fulgens/image-G39055.html
Bear and raccoon family http://www.arkive.org/red-panda/ailurus-fulgens/image-G6338.html www.peta.or g
About 1-4 young Live Birth (mammal) www.redpandanetwork.org www.snuzzy.com
Bamboo shoots Leaves Other small animals www.animania-daily.livejournal.com
Large house cat 7-14 pounds http://www.arkive.org/red-panda/ailurus-fulgens/image-G6355.html http://www.arkive.org/red-panda/ailurus-fulgens/image-G39031.html
Thick soled paws help keep warm. Claws part way retract. false thumb is part of the wrist bone.
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