Red pandas are an endangered species, even lesser than the panda. They are found in Southwestern China and Eastern Himalayas. The red panda is also known as a red-bear cat or red-cat bear. However, these furry cuties have similar favorites with raccoons and black and white giant pandas, not cats or bears.
They have highly territorial awareness and prefer to live alone except during mating season. Red pandas are excellent climbers. They can quickly climb to the top of trees. These lovely creatures are famous for their fire-like red coloring (cute face), long furry tails (cute face), and white thick ears (and still cute face).
There are less than ten thousand red pandas in the wild, facing the danger of being poached and losing their habitat. It has been calculated that the number of red pandas fell by 40% in the past 50 years. They are vegetarian carnivores. Wait! What? Yes. This is because the word "carnivore" does not necessarily mean carnivores, but can refer to their biological order. Since they are descended from carnivorous ancestors, but eat very little other than bamboo and some insects, they are classified as vegetarian carnivores. Want to google it.
Red pandas are so popular with this generation that there is even a browser called Firefox with a logo inspired by red pandas. No wonder, after all, who could resist their charms?