The Red Panda, Also called the "cat-bear," "fire-fox," and Himalayan raccon is found in trees from Nepal over the eastern Himalayas to Southwestern China. Although classified as a meat-eater, it feeds mostly on leaves and fruit. Since it was discovered in 1869, people have been arguing over what the heck it is. It's now classified as part of the racoon family, with (of course) the raccoon, the kinkajou, the coati, and the cacomistle. What ever it is, though, it's awfully cute!