Red Pandas are the only surviving members of the Ailuridae family and have two distinct species.
Red Pandas inhabit mountainous forests in Nepal, Myanmar, and Central China, spending 90% of their time in trees, and feeding on bamboo.
Red Pandas feed mostly on bamboo, but also consume berries, fruits, eggs and small mammals. They eat large quantities to sustain themselves.
Red Pandas are solitary, mate from Jan-March, give birth to 1-4 cubs, and live up to 14 years in captivity.
Red Pandas are endangered due to habitat loss, fragmentation, and poaching for their fur and as illegal pets.
Solitary pangolins communicate through scent glands on their tail base, alerting mates during breeding.