Red Panda Named

Known for their cinnamon hued fur and bushy ringed tail, the red panda is native to the mountains of Central China, Nepal and northern Myanmar (Burma). They are considered vulnerable to extinction due to habitat destruction. In addition, slow rates of reproduction and high infant mortality rates make it very hard for this species to rebound from population declines. The Zoo's two red panda adults are a part of AZA's Species Survival Program, which manages the breeding of a species in order to maintain a healthy and self-sustaining captive population. - Nashville, Tennessee, United States - Thursday 30th October 2014 (1 Picture)


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