Red panda

The Red Panda (Scientific name: Ailurus fulgens) is a species of animal in the genus Cymbiaceae. Male and female are similar and there is no dimorphism. Looks like a cat, but fatter than a cat, the whole body reddish-brown. Round face, short kiss, cheeks with white markings. Big ears, straight forward. The limbs are stubby and dark brown. The tail is long, thick and fluffy, and has 12 red and dark ring patterns; Tail tip dark brown. Metatarsal; Both fore and aft feet have 5 digits; Asexual type ii. The skull is tall and round; The auditory vesicle is relatively flat; Incomplete development or absence of posterior orbital process; Low sagittal ridge; Winged disc bone; The roof of the mouth was high and arched, and the middle was sunken; Medial pterygopalatine constriction; The coronal process is clearly hooked.
Red pandas live in temperate climates in deciduous and coniferous forests ranging from 2,500 to 4,800 meters. Inhabiting large tree holes or stone holes and rock crevices. Come out in the morning and evening to forage, and sleep in the cave or the shade of the tree during the day. Adult red pandas rarely interact outside of mating season. Eat berries, flowers, birds’ eggs, bamboo leaves, and small leaves of other plants. Bamboo leaves are the main food source for red pandas. Food is grabbed by the front PAWS and sent into the mouth while sitting, standing or lying on the back. Food caught in this way is inserted into the side of the mouth, cut, and then widely chewed before swallowing. They live in the Himalayan mountains of northern Myanmar, Nepal, Sikkim region of India, and western Sichuan and Yunnan regions of China at an altitude of 2,200 to 4,800 meters.
The 2013 CNN list of the world’s cutest species ranked thirteenth. [13] International Red Panda Day is celebrated every year on the third Saturday of September.

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