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The mighty Flynn by Ion Moe
Is there anyone more handsome than Flynn the red panda?

The mighty Flynn by Ion Moe

Is there anyone more handsome than Flynn the red panda?

Red pandas represent a unique family that diverged from the rest of the Carnivore Order, and scientists place them in their own unique family: Ailuridae. Learn more.  (photos by Bob Worthington)

(Source: Flickr / bobworthington)

It’s Good To Be Free by Oddernod 
The Chinese name for the red panda is “hun-ho,” meaning “fire fox.”

It’s Good To Be Free by Oddernod

The Chinese name for the red panda is “hun-ho,” meaning “fire fox.”

Bamboo is not a great food source for energy and is hard to digest. Red pandas need to eat 20 to 30 percent of their body weight each day—about 2 to 4 pounds (1 to 2 kilograms) of bamboo shoots and leaves. 
by pb.fletch
Bamboo is not a great food source for energy and is hard to digest. Red pandas need to eat 20 to 30 percent of their body weight each day—about 2 to 4 pounds (1 to 2 kilograms) of bamboo shoots and leaves.

by pb.fletch

Flynn by Angie Bell
Doesn’t get much more adorable than Flynn the red panda.

Flynn by Angie Bell

Doesn’t get much more adorable than Flynn the red panda.

Red rover by Ion Moe - A red panda tries to stay dry at the San Diego Zoo.

Red rover by Ion Moe - A red panda tries to stay dry at the San Diego Zoo.

What a face! by Penny Hyde
In China, red pandas and giant pandas share the same habitat: bamboo forests.

What a face! by Penny Hyde

In China, red pandas and giant pandas share the same habitat: bamboo forests.
Bamboo is not a great source for energy and is hard to digest. Red pandas need to eat 20-30% of their body weight each day—about 2 to 4 pounds of bamboo. (by lsbalon)

Bamboo is not a great source for energy and is hard to digest. Red pandas need to eat 20-30% of their body weight each day—about 2 to 4 pounds of bamboo. (by lsbalon)

The mighty Flynn by Ion Moe
Is there anyone more handsome than Flynn the red panda?

The mighty Flynn by Ion Moe

Is there anyone more handsome than Flynn the red panda?

Red pandas represent a unique family that diverged from the rest of the Carnivore Order, and scientists place them in their own unique family: Ailuridae. Learn more.  (photos by Bob Worthington)

(Source: Flickr / bobworthington)

It’s Good To Be Free by Oddernod 
The Chinese name for the red panda is “hun-ho,” meaning “fire fox.”

It’s Good To Be Free by Oddernod

The Chinese name for the red panda is “hun-ho,” meaning “fire fox.”

Bamboo is not a great food source for energy and is hard to digest. Red pandas need to eat 20 to 30 percent of their body weight each day—about 2 to 4 pounds (1 to 2 kilograms) of bamboo shoots and leaves. 
by pb.fletch
Bamboo is not a great food source for energy and is hard to digest. Red pandas need to eat 20 to 30 percent of their body weight each day—about 2 to 4 pounds (1 to 2 kilograms) of bamboo shoots and leaves.

by pb.fletch

Flynn by Angie Bell
Doesn’t get much more adorable than Flynn the red panda.

Flynn by Angie Bell

Doesn’t get much more adorable than Flynn the red panda.

Red Panda by Lisa Diaz
Sleepy red panda is sleepy.

Red Panda by Lisa Diaz

Sleepy red panda is sleepy.

Red rover by Ion Moe - A red panda tries to stay dry at the San Diego Zoo.

Red rover by Ion Moe - A red panda tries to stay dry at the San Diego Zoo.

What a face! by Penny Hyde
In China, red pandas and giant pandas share the same habitat: bamboo forests.

What a face! by Penny Hyde

In China, red pandas and giant pandas share the same habitat: bamboo forests.
Red Panda on branch by Nathan Rupert

Red Panda on branch by Nathan Rupert

Bamboo is not a great source for energy and is hard to digest. Red pandas need to eat 20-30% of their body weight each day—about 2 to 4 pounds of bamboo. (by lsbalon)

Bamboo is not a great source for energy and is hard to digest. Red pandas need to eat 20-30% of their body weight each day—about 2 to 4 pounds of bamboo. (by lsbalon)

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