When did red pandas become extinct?
The Red Panda is not extinct yet, but there is only around about 2500 Red Panda adults now and they are endangered.
Red pandas do probably live together. However, it can sometimes take a year or more for them to fall in love and breed. As I believe, red pandas usually breed in May and March. Many pandas are now disappearing and if they don't breed there is an opportunity for those sweet cuddly creatures to become extinct. Thanks for reading my answer.
It would definitely affect the food chain . The top predators that eat the red pandas would be hungry . The bamboo trees will overgrow even if the giant pandas will be eating it . No one will eat the bacteria like how the red panda cubs do. We won't be having clean air and water because the red pandas are ambassador for clean air and water for approximately 500 million people.
Believe it or not the red panda is considered a panda because it was the first known panda. Long ago people did not know of the black and white pandas but had knowledge of only the red panda. Today they are almost extinct there are only around 2,500 red pandas left in the WORLD! help to save the red pandas, go to www.redpandaproject.com