No, lesser (or red) pandas are not extinct.
Yes they are, there is approximately 2500 Red Pandas left.
then there would only be blue pandas no their would only be giant pandas and they would go extinct right after red pandas.
No but they are endangered.
Yes, the Pandas are in danger of extinction.
By not poaching
No, pandas are not currently in danger of going extinct. They are rare in their home country of China, however.
they are not extinct yet
Pandas are not extinct.
Yes they are. No, they are not endangered, but threatened.
Yes pandas are hunted. That is the main reason they are going extinct.
The Red Panda is not extinct yet, but there is only around about 2500 Red Panda adults now and they are endangered.
Pandas are not rubbish. They are soon going to be extinct animals and they are brilliant animals. Remember: pandas are NOT rubbish! Yeah, pandas are mammals.
They don't, that's why they are going extinct idiot.
Of course not, red pandas are a unique creature and the world need as much diversity as possible.
There is no certain answer, but people are trying to do things about it. Though there are only 1000 giant pandas out in the wild, and 2500 red pandas, if we are lucky, they won't go extinct. But as I say, there is no certain answer.
It is really hard to see if the Red Panda will become extinct, but the way it is going at the moment, it will. Because of those selfish poachers, they may die out if we don't do somthing more drastic. Hope this helps =)
Because there becoming extinct because they re getting hunted for there soft fur
Decline in bamboo
Pandas are getting extinct because of habitat loss and because so many are being hunted.
Pandas are endangered, but not extinct.
No, Pandas are endangered but not extinct.
Red Pandas are in the family Ailuridae which includes Red Pandas and their extinct relatives. Most scientists will tell you that red pandas are also distantly related to the family Procyonidae which includes raccoons, coatis, kinkajous, olingos, ringtails and cacomistles.