The tiny paws have ventured out to the great outdoors! The Endangered red panda cub fondly known as ‘Little Red’ that captured the hearts of the world in the Summer has stepped outside for the first time. Paradise Wildlife Park announced the miracle birth after the very sad passing of their male red panda Nam Pang.
Two months after the miracle birth of ‘Little Red’ the Endangered red panda at Paradise Wildlife Park that stole the hearts of the world, it was time for the first health check with the vet.
In August, Paradise Wildlife Park announced the miracle birth of ‘Little Red’ after the tragic passing of their dad Nam Pang back in June. The story took the world by storm and Tilly the mum and ‘Little Red’ have become loved across the world for their heartfelt story.
As of yesterday, Potter Park Zoo’s handsome male red panda cub is hitting developmental milestones and is gaining weight at a healthy pace. His mother, Maliha, continues to do a tremendous job!
Previously on ZooBorns: https://www.zooborns.com/zooborns/2022/08/endangered-red-panda-cub-born-at-potter-park-zoo.html
ZOO Ljubljana is very happy to announce that their red pandas Magu and Mauka are new parents to a little red bundle named Bambu. Most of the time it stays inside one tree den or a similar one nearby. Because red panda cubs are extremely sensitive, the zoo asks the public stay peaceful around the exhibit. You are definitely cordially invited to see the new member of the Ljubljana ZOO family!
Paradise Wildlife Park is proud to announce that their endangered red panda; Tilly has given birth to a miracle cub one month after the devastating passing of her partner Nam Pang, creating a lasting legacy in his honour.
In the early hours of 16th of July on one of the hottest days in UK history, the zoo’s CCTV cameras captured the incredible moment when their red panda Tilly gave birth to a miraculous, beautiful and healthy cub. The cub is currently being called ‘little red’ until the cub is old enough to have its first health checks by the vet in the upcoming months.
Potter Park Zoo’s red panda Maliha gave birth to a cub July 21, 2022. This is Maliha’s second successful litter with the cub’s father Deagan-Reid. Animal care staff monitor mom and the cub daily through a camera mounted in the nest box where they are both resting. Veterinary staff will continue to conduct regular wellness checks in the coming weeks to monitor his growth and development.
Join Greensboro Science Center Keeper, Kelly Rauch, as she walks you through what a typical day is like for her at the Greensboro Science Center. Kelly takes care of their Okapi, Southern ground hornbill and Red pandas. Happy Keeper Appreciation Week to all of the keepers and aquarists out there! Thank you for all of your hard work and dedication!
Two small pandas are growing up in the nest boxes at Diergaarde Blijdorp (Rotterdam Zoo). The pair were born behind the scenes last month. In the meantime, mother Kwina occasionally moves her young to another nest box. Three nest boxes have been incorporated into the habitat’s artificial rock and tree. The sire is Miyuko, he came to Blijdorp from Pairi Daiza at the beginning of this year. The young usually stay in their nest for about three months. After that, they appear more and more… Diergaarde Blijdorp coordinates the Population Management program and works with conservation organization Red Panda Network (RPN) in Nepal to protect and research the little panda in its habitat.
GREENSBORO, NC — Ravi, the red panda cub born at the Greensboro Science Center (GSC) on June 20, will be moved to the Shearer Animal Hospital on Thursday, July 14, 2022, where he will be visible to GSC guests through a window.
Members of the media working on assignment are invited to interview members of Ravi’s care team and take photos and video of the cub from 8:45 a.m. – 9:15 a.m. on Thursday. The opening of the Shearer Animal Hospital to the public will be delayed until 9:15 a.m.
🚨Cuddle time with Dr. Erin and her cub at Milwaukee County Zoo. The Red panda cub was born June 12! Mom and cub are spending their time together in the nesting box, where they will remain for the next 2-3 months💚
The cub was the weight of a banana when born ➡️ the weight of a papaya (488 grams) now.