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Red Panda are found in South and Southeast Asia. They are listed as endangered and sadly their numbers are decreasing in the wild due to fragmented habitat and poaching.
At Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary we are part of a global conservation breeding program that will ensure we have a healthy and genetically viable population in the future.
Red Panda have caused some confusion! They have been classified as a relative of the Giant Panda, and also of the Raccoon. Currently, the Red Panda is considered members of their own unique family—the Ailuridae.
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Red Panda have a taste for bamboo but also enjoy many other foods like fruit, roots, and eggs.