- Species Description
- Feeding Habits
- Life Cycle
- Survival Adaptations
- Endangered Species
- Species Recovery
Ailurus fulgens possesses an enlarged wrist bone on both front paws. This adaptation allows the red panda to grip bamboo trees tightly. Their large, bushy tail is used as a pillow. It also aids it with keeping heat in and balancing on branches.
Since the red panda eats at night, not as many animals are out. This lets them eat in peace without being attacked by surprise.
Because the red panda is a light creature, it is easy prey for larger animals (like snow leopards). It struggles to maintain population levels because