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Moma Red Panda cuddles her 2 babies. Their vibrant red color will begin to show as they get older. For now they will be under moma's constant care and love.

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Two gorgeous Chinese red pandas happily play with one another in the snow at The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden. According to Thane Maynard, the Zoo’s Executive Director, red pandas ab…

The red panda is slightly bigger than a house cat and is native to Himalayan temperate forests, found in Nepal, India, Myanmar, Bhutan and China.

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Sad red panda pleading with humans to stop destroying it's habitat.

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Is the Red Panda a Cat, Bear or Raccoon? - The red panda is also known as the red cat-bear and lesser panda but the most common name that is used for calling it is red panda. It is an arboreal .

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The red panda has given scientists taxonomic fits. It has been classified as a relative of the giant panda, and also of the raccoon, with which it shares a ringed tail. Currently, red pandas are considered members of their own unique family—the Ailuridae.

Red pandas are the only living member of the family Ailuridae, and their taxonomic position has been a subject of much debate. They were first described as belonging to the raccoon family in 1825, and this classification has been controversial ever since. However, most recent DNA research places red pandas into their own family: Ailuridae.

Red Panda in a Gingko tree.The red panda (Ailurus fulgens), also called lesser panda and red cat-bear, is a small arboreal mammal native to the eastern Himalayas and southwestern China

The Red Panda is more closely related to the Raccoon than bears. Description from skyenimals.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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