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People are falling in love with red pandas all over again after the Cincinnati Zoo uploaded a video of the adorable creatures roaming its facilities.
Our 2 baby red pandas are finally outside exploring the yard! pic.twitter.com/T6C8TCjqtK— Cincinnati Zoo (@CincinnatiZoo) October 8, 2018
They so little!!!❤️— GoT Spoilers! ClaireLannistarth (@ClaireOfTarth) October 8, 2018
They are adorable. 🙂— Diane P Glassel (@DGlassel) October 8, 2018
The @CincinnatiZoo Twitter account is constantly posting cute photos and videos of its animals with snappy hashtags to engage its loyal 218,000 followers. The zoo is also home to the beloved hippo Fiona.
Of course, part of the zoo’s efforts are to protect the animals from extinction. Red pandas are classified as endangered animals, according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature, and the population has declined by 50 percent over the last three generations in 18 years. According to its website, the Cincinnati Zoo works with conservation organizations on research and strategies for maintaining the species.
The little cuties are absolutely worth saving.
Red panda encounters a stone pic.twitter.com/IpyOokDCli— viral viral (@xxlfunny1) October 8, 2018
Sunny Kim studies journalism at the University of Texas at Austin. She's an editorial intern with the Daily Dot. Her work has appeared in the Daily Texan and Popular Mechanics.