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The Red panda, an endangered species found in the forests of India, Nepal, Bhutan and the northern mountains of Myanmar and southern China

The Red Panda, An Endangered Species Found In The Forests Of India, Nepal, Bhutan And The Northern Mountains Of Myanmar And Southern China -

The Red panda, an endangered species found in the forests of India, Nepal, Bhutan and the northern mountains of Myanmar and southern China

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  1. We love these little cute guys, but sadly Red Pandas are increasingly under threat in the wild, and as much as we love to look at how silly they are, they really need the help of us human beings in order to keep on being cute for future generations to see. In the last 50 years, their population has dropped by more than 40% , and estimates in the wild are as low as just 2500 animals. If this decrease continues, they could drop below minimum viability within our lifetimes, and become effectively extinct.
    If you are in a position to be able to help them in even a small way, we’d like to ask you to do so.

    Charities like [The Red Panda Network](https://redpandanetwork.org/get-involved/), [The Red Panda Trust](https://www.redpandatrust.org/) and [WWF](https://www.worldwildlife.org/species/red-panda) do fantastic work with local communities to help our favourite animals – and any donations you make are tax deductible (in the US) too. As well as direct donations, they also run eco-trips, awareness days and specific projects such as the first protected Red Panda forest area.

    You can also help by visiting your local zoo or wildlife park , who often will work with the above charities to give them expertise, donations and equipment as well. Red Pandas are amazing animals, but without our help they will only remain pictures and in gifs on this website, instead of roaming and napping in the trees and being derpy with pumpkins or playing in the snow like they should be doing.

  2. An extinct species of red panda used to live in North America.

    “5 million years ago, red pandas were more widespread throughout the northern hemisphere. Though Miocene age fossil sites are rare in North America, fossils of red pandas have been discovered at 2 of them. Specimens of red panda dating to the Miocene were found at one locality in Washington state and at the spectacular Gray Fossil Site in northeastern Tennessee.”

  3. If you go to the Chengdu panda research center they actually have an open red panda enclosure you can walk around! There are lots of signs advising you not to approach the pandas but they do come up on the paths with you sometimes and it’s awesome :3

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