On Sunday, China Xinhua Information shared footage of a pair of Crimson Pandas stumbling within the snow as they roam round to forage for meals. This video was taken on infrared cameras that have been put in in Southwest China’s Gaoligong Mountains. The video is being broadly circulated on-line and is raking up 1000’s of views.
Nearly 50 per cent of the world’s Crimson Panda inhabitants is discovered within the Jap Himalayas. These acrobatic herbivores who spend most of their time between tree covers are going through a decline in inhabitants attributable to lack of habitat.
As per estimates by the World Wildlife Fund, there are lower than 10,000 Crimson Pandas left on the earth.
Cuteness alert: Infrared cameras in Gaoligong Mountains, SW China, just lately captured footage of two wild purple pandas exploring the winter panorama. The video is bound to gentle up your day! pic.twitter.com/eXwJE3xBtB
— China Xinhua Information (@XHNews) November 20, 2022
Their endangered standing has compelled nations like Bhutan, India, China, and Nepal to checklist them as legally protected animals.
In June 2021, a Crimson Panda in Arunachal Pradesh was rescued from drowning after which launched into the wild. The video of the animal’s launch had gone viral after it was shared on Twitter by Indian Forest Service officers.
The protected animal was rescued by two residents of Mechukha after they noticed it clinging to a picket log in the midst of the Yargyap-Chu river. They then handed over the animal to a forest officer who ultimately freed the Crimson Panda. The 2 residents got a money award by the forest division for his or her act of goodwill.