Red Panda Makes Herself at Home in the Moscow Zoo – Design You Trust

Red Panda Makes Herself at Home in the Moscow Zoo

An 18-month old female red panda named Zein, brought to the Moscow Zoo from Dublin. A female red panda named Zein has become the newest resident of the Moscow Zoo. According to a zoo representative, a second such animal may be brought to Moscow next year.


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