La Cité des Immortels
This is a species that is difficult to classify : in the family of bears, like the Giant Panda, or rather in that of the Raccoon which it resembles ? It would finally be the only surviving member of a separate family, the Ailuridae.
It’s a big as a large cat, and its food is varied, above all bamboos which it finds in the forests of the high mountains of Nepal, Burma and China, but it also eats fruit, eggs and little animals.
It is a rather nocturnal animal, sleeping during the day on a branch, with four hanging legs.
It lives a great deal in trees in which it climbs with superb agility in every season because it has hairs on the soles of its feet, which enable it to avoid slipping on the icy branches of deep midwinter.
It uses its long bushy tail as a pillow and when it is cold enough for hell to freeze over, the Red Panda curls up with its tail all around it to keep warm.
We house two couples in Pairi Daiza:
Yushu (male - 19/06/2012)
Gwen (female – 24/06/2005)
Miecko (male - 23/06/2012)
Yin (female – 17/06/2016)
Red Panda in image
The red panda's
Breakfast for Gwen and Yushu.
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Temple des Délices
Temple des Délices, based on a Taoist temple, featuring a truss of fabulous wood carvings , is a restaurant for up to 400 guests, spread over 2 floors. More info
La Maison de Thé
After the River Poetry the rectangular stepping stones lead to the tea pavilion. More info
A Buddhist temple
The majestic Buddhist temple of Pairi Daiza is overlooking the Chinese garden. More info
The Golden takin
The Golden Takin is a ruminant of the subfamily of caprins (goats) which lives in the high mountains. More info
The Bewick’s Swan
Bewick’s Swan is a subspecies of the Whistling Swan, nesting in the polar tundra of Northern Europe, Siberia and the American North. More info