A rare red panda fled from the Belfast Zoo has been discovered, the Belfast City Council said. Red pandas are nocturnal and are usually in wooded areas.
Police warned drivers to be alert because "our curious friend has not yet learned the green cross"
Although they are not aggressive by nature, they can be defensive.
- The zoo celebrates the "panty" arrivals
In June last year, two red pandas were born in the Cavehill Zoo in northern Belfast. Gemini were born as a result of a breeding program.
Their parents met after Father Chris was brought by Beekeeping Bergen Safari Park in the Netherlands, and mother Vixen came from the German zoo in Dresden.
The animal is native to the Himalayas of Bhutan, South China, Pakistan, India, Laos, Nepal and Burma.
It is also known as a "smaller" panda or "fire."
Red pandas spend most of their time in the trees ̵