According to the WWF, there are fewer than 2500 red pandas left in the world, and fewer than 1600 giant pandas. Both are endangered.
Giant Pandas are more endangered then red pandas because of poaching, habitat loss, and because they are slow to reproduce. They are slow and huge sloths, so they act as easy targets for hunters. Red pandas on the other hand are more sleek and the size of house cats. They are technically their own classification, separate from pandas. What threatens their existence is habitat loss- deforestation of the bamboo forests they rely on, leaving merely 2,500 left.
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