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The Red Panda lives high in the treetops of the Himalayas. They enjoy their alone time as they are shy and solitary by nature. In the winter months to keep themselves warm, the Red Panda wrap their large bushy tails around themselves and their slow metabolism helps them cope when their food is scarce.
Over the past 50 years, the Red Panda population has decreased by 40% with a current estimated rate of decline of 10% per year due to deforestation and poaching.
The Red Panda is not actually a panda at all, they belong to their own family - ‘Ailuridae’
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Approx 10 years
Native to the mountains of Nepal, China and Bhutan.
Conditions of entry are subject to Government and other regulatory legislation, health orders, directions and mandates that require compliance by law.