How long has red panda been on the endangered list?
The Giant Panda has been listed by the IUCN Red List since 1986, and since 1984 by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Endangered Species List. The CITES list has had the Giant Panda protected since 1983. While the Lesser Panda, or "Fire Fox", but normally referred to as the the Red Panda, has been listed by the IUCN Red List since 1988. For more details, please see sites listed below.
Cheetahs have been endangered species list for multiple years. Their numbers have dropped dramatically over the past four decades and know are at half the number they were at in the 1970s. Their level of endangerment is at vulnerable. To see the exact number of years on the list of endangered species type in endangered species list.
The Polar Bear has been on the IUCN Red List since 1982, listed as "vulnerable". The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services, Endangered Species List added the Polar Bear in May, 2008 with a "threatened" status. So, the Polar Bear has been on the IUCN Red List for 27 years, and on the U.S. FWS Endangered Species List for almost one year. For more details, please see sites listed below.