The Red Panda at the Greensboro Science Center will make its debut

STUDENTS TO TEST AND COMPETE. WELL, THE NEWEST ADDITION TO THE GREENSBORO SCIENCE CENTER IS SO CUTE LOUIS AND HE MADE HIS PUBLIC DEBUT TODAY. WAIT TO SEE IT GUYS. I LOVE HIM RAVI THE RED PANDA WAS BORN ON JUNE 20 THE SCIENCE CENTER STAFF HAS BEEN CAREFUL FOR HIM SINCE BUT TODAY HE MOVED TO THE ANIMAL HOSPITAL THERE. YOU WILL BE ABLE TO SEE IT THROUGH A WINDOW. WE ARE PART OF THE SSP WHICH IS THE SPECIES SURVIVAL PLAN. AND ROBBIE IS GOING TO BE A REALLY IMPORTANT PART OF THAT BECAUSE HE’S GOING TO HELP MAKE SURE THAT WE HAVE A VIABLE CAPTIVE POPULATION AND SO HIS GENETICS ARE REALLY VERY VALUABLE AND SO HE’S GOING TO BE A REALLY IMPORTANT PART AS A PART OF THE PLAN FOR SURVIVAL OF THIS SPECIES. I LOVE THIS SUCH A POWERFUL MESSAGE. RAVI IS THE FIRST SUCCESSFUL RED PANDA. LAND IN GCS REP PANDAS ARE NOT DANGEROUS

Greensboro Science Center’s Ravi, a red panda cub, makes his debut Thursday

The Greensboro Science Center has announced that their little red panda will soon be making its public debut! Ravi, a red panda cub born at the center on June 20, has been moved to the Shearer Animal Hospital, where he will be visible to guests through a window.” Ravi will be placed in an incubator until he is larger and mobile enough to be housed in a modified pack-n-play,” said Kelly Rauch, head of Red Panda String. Ravi’s first exam at the Greensboro Science Center. Guests will be able to watch Ravi’s meal. These meals are currently scheduled for 11:30am and 3:00pm but are subject to change.”He is a very fast eater so the meals won’t be very long but we will have a tutor at those times to answer questions .As he ages and is awake longer, there will be more opportunities for visitors to see how the panda team interacts with him,” Rauch said. Ravi was born to parents Usha and Tai and is the first successful birth of a red panda at the center . hand-raised by GSC’s animal care team.”Pandas both in the wild and in human care, unfortunately, sometimes kill their young… That was a risk we didn’t want to take,” Rauch said of the decision to raise Ravi by hand.

The Greensboro Science Center has announced that their little red panda will soon be making its public debut!

Ravi, a red panda cub born at the center on June 20, has been moved to Shearer Animal Hospital, where he will be visible to guests through a window.

“Ravi will be housed in an incubator until he is large and mobile enough to be placed in a modified pack-n-play,” said Kelly Rauch, head of Red Panda String.

Ravi’s first exam at the Greensboro Science Center

Guests will be able to watch Ravi’s meal. These meals are currently scheduled for 11:30am and 3:00pm but are subject to change.

“He eats very quickly so the meals won’t be very long, but we will have a tutor at that time to answer questions. As he gets older and is awake longer, there will be more opportunities for visitors to see the panda team interacting with him,” Rauch said.

Ravi was born to parents Usha and Tai and is the first successful birth of a red panda at the centre.

He is hand raised by GSC’s animal care team.

baby red panda to make debut appearance

“Pandas both in the wild and with humans unfortunately sometimes kill their young… It was a risk we didn’t want to take,” Rauch said of the decision to have Ravi hand-reared.

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