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Although they may not be as popular as Giant Pandas, Red Pandas matter too.

Red Pandas Matter Too

Red Pandas Matter Too

As an animal lover, you probably already know so much about the unique black-and-white bear that has captured the hearts of many worldwide; the Giant Panda. But what about an equally adorable and closely named species, the Red Panda (Ailurus Fulgens)?

Red pandas are a species native to parts of the eastern Himalayas in Nepal, India, Bhutan, and Myanmar. Another subspecies is called the Ailurus Fulgens Refulgens and lives in western China.

Other names for this intriguing creature include the firefox, the red cat bear, the first panda,

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Despite having the potential to be as fierce as other bears, Giant Pandas spend most of their day eating bamboo and sleeping. Why?

Giant Pandas spend most of their day chewing bamboo

We all love Pandas. They look like huge teddy bears with lots of fur, sad black eyes, and a weird lifestyle. But many would be amazed to know that they are of the same lineage as the more ferocious bears that easily hunt and prey on meat.

Even then, giant pandas are built as carnivores and they have the dentition and strength to prey

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There are so many common misconceptions about these animals but you can learn up to 21 cool facts about pandas here.

Giant Panda: Cool Facts About Pandas

A Giant Panda With The Characteristic Black And White Coloring.

Much of what people know about pandas is information gathered from studying them in captivity. But, recent evidence shows that their behavior in captivity is different from what they display in the wild deep in the bamboo forests of China.

In addition, though they appear to lack natural predators, human activities like poaching, deforestation and habitat destruction have severely affected their well-being and numbers.

Here’s our list of 21 cool facts about pandas.

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