Three month old red panda emerges from nesting box; now needs name

The Red River Zoo's youngest red panda is peeking out at the world outside his nesting box. WDAY reports the Fargo zoo will hold a contest to name the little guy. Raising red pandas is getting to be old hat at the zoo, which has produced one-fourth of the red pandas in captivity.
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The Red River Zoo's youngest red panda is peeking out at the world outside his nesting box. WDAY reports the Fargo zoo will hold a contest to name the little guy. Raising red pandas is getting to be old hat at the zoo, which has produced one-fourth of the red pandas in captivity.

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