Hello, there, class! Today, you shall be learning from... the almighty red panda!
Hello. Today I shall be telling you about the red pandas.
We live in forests in Asia!
We mainly are awake at dawn and dusk!
We eat mostly bamboo, but fruits, nuts, and eggs too!
Mr. Red Panda! I have a question! If the red pandas are so glorious, why are they endangered?
Well, student, I was getting to it!
Mr. Teacher one day unexpectedly allows a red panda to take over... to teach the history of Red Pandas!
Red Pandas are endangered for many reasons. Some are...
The Red Panda began lecturing on the natural habitats, traits, and tendencies of the Red Pandas.
But then... one girl had a question!
Poaching, deforestation, accidental trapping, and trading them as pets.
However, we can do things to help stop them. We can enact laws against poaching and keeping red pandas as pets. We can also try to slow climate change to help the forests and reduce trapping. Much of the problem is simply that humans are too greedy, and many love the red panda for its exotic beauty. If we can reduce the poaching and hunting, this would help the red pandas greatly.
And that, children, concludes our lecture on Red Pandas. For more information, check out the pamphlet, but if you do have more questions about the endangerment, please see me at 1-800-Red-Pandas!(please don't)