06/02/2011 02:57 pm ET | Updated Aug 02, 2011

Red Pandas Moved To Pu'er National Park (VIDEO)

Forty-four red pandas were moved to Pu'er National Park in China, making the park the largest red panda breeding center in the country.

The Telegraph reports that the International Union for Conservation of Nature lists the pandas, also called firefoxes, as endangered species.

Red pandas are much smaller then the black-and-white variety, growing to only the size of a house cat. Their bushy tails give them an almost raccoon-like appearance.

WATCH the little fellows frolic in their new home: