Definition of Red panda

1. Noun. Reddish-brown Old World raccoon-like carnivore; in some classifications considered unrelated to the giant pandas.

Exact synonyms: Ailurus Fulgens, Bear Cat, Cat Bear, Lesser Panda, Panda
Generic synonyms: Procyonid
Group relationships: Ailurus, Genus Ailurus



Definition of Red panda

1. Noun. A herbivorous mammal, ''Ailurus fulgens'', related to the raccoon, native to the Himalayas and eastern Asia, which has dark red fur and a ringed tail. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Red Panda

red mulberry
red mullet
red muscle
red neck syndrome
red neuralgia
red noise
red nucleus
red oak
red ochre
red onion
red onions
red osier
red osier dogwood
red oxide of lead
red oxygen
red panda (current term)
red pandas
red pepper
red peppers
red periwinkle
red phalarope
red phosphorus
red pimpernel
red pine
red poll
red poppy
red porgy
red precipitate
red pudding
red pulp

Literary usage of Red panda

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1. Adventure Guide China by Simon Foster (2008)
"red panda (Lesser Panda) - A very distant relation of its giant namesake, the red panda is a cuddly raccoon-like creature that lives in the trees of ..."

2. Notes by a Naturalist: An Account of Observations Made During the Voyage of by Henry Nottidge Moseley (1892)
"... mostly a combination of the yellow and red Panda- nus leaf strips and the black fibrous girdles of the fungus ..."

3. Notes by a Naturalist on the "Challenger": Being an Account of Various by Henri Nottidge Moseley (1879)
"The men wore fringes of various kinds, hanging from round their waists, mostly a combination of the yellow and red Panda- nus leaf strips and the black ..."

4. Notes by a naturalist on the "Challenger": being an account of various by Henry Nottidge Moseley (1879)
"The men wore fringes of various kinds, hanging from round their waists, mostly a combination of the yellow and red Panda- nus leaf strips and the black ..."

5. Nepal by Susanne von der Heide (2000)
"... in the remaining groves and glades there are still supposed to be snow leopards, wild boars, muntjak or barking deer, the blue sheep and the red panda. ..."

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