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OKC Zoo Saddened by Death of Premature Red Panda Cub

On Monday, June 18, at approximately 8 a.m., red panda Leela, 4, birthed a female cub at the Oklahoma City Zoo’s red panda habitat. The premature cub was delivered 8 to 10 days before full gestation and was underweight. Zoo veterinary staff measured the newborn’s weight at 67 grams compared to the typical red panda cub’s birthweight of 100 grams. Caretakers noted the cub’s passing on Tuesday, June 19, at 5:30 p.m. A necropsy (animal autopsy) will be performed to... Read More
at Wednesday, June 20, 2018
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OKC Zoo Welcomes Two Red Pandas

The Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden is pleased to announce the addition of red pandas, Thomas, 4, and Leela, 3, to its animal family. They join Jaya, a 10-year-old female who has been at the OKC Zoo since 2011. Jaya’s offspring Wasabi, a female born in 2016 , is relocating to Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium as part of a Species Survival Plan (SSP) recommendation to help promote genetic diversity through species management. Wasabi was the fifteenth red panda cub born... Read More
at Friday, February 23, 2018
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Wasabi the Red Panda Cub

Wasabi, Sabi for short, was born on July 3 at the Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden to mom Jaya and dad Lhotse. Since her birth, she has continued to grow at a healthy pace. At three days old, Sabi weighed 110 grams (.24 pounds) and now weighs 1 kilogram (2.2 pounds)! It takes three to four months for Red pandas to mature and adapt to their environment, so Sabi has enjoyed spending the first few months of her life bonding with mom. However, as time has passed, Sabi has become more and... Read More
at Thursday, September 22, 2016
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