Genetic study shows the red panda is actually two separate species (5)

The Himalayan Times 2020.02.27 17:37
REUTERS Red Panda relaxing on a tree branch, in this undated photo. Photo: Red Panda Network WASHINGTON: Red pandas, the bushy-tailed and russet-furred bamboo munchers that dwell in Asian high forests, are not a single species but rather two distinct ones, according to the most comprehensive genetic study to date on these endangered mammals. Scientists said on Wednesday they found substantial divergences between the
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