Mini Red Panda Educational DIY Paper Craft Kit: Endangered Wildlife Series
Meet 'Sundar', a replica of a real Red Panda named the same, in New Zealand's Wellington Zoo! Did you know that Red Pandas came to be called 'Pandas' much before their better known cousins, the Giant Pandas? And that they belong to a carnivorous animal family, but much prefer to eat vegetarian food? Learn more about the cute little Red Panda and have fun making a miniature paper model of your own!
SUNDAR, the Red Panda, is part of the 'Endangered Wildlife' DIY Mini Friends series of Educational Collectible Toys.
This is a great activity and learning tool for kids and adults, to spread awareness about animal species disappearing from our planet. The kit includes friendly facts about the animals and offers hours of creative pretend play. In the process, we get to know a bit about tigers and why they are disappearing, so we can help in some way towards conservation of this beautiful species.
Kit size is 14.8 cm by 21 cm.
Final assembled size, is approximately
11 cm (L) x 4 cm (W) x 5.5 cm (H)
- 1 pre-printed, pre-cut, pre-creased DIY Kit, with press-out parts, and assembly instructions
- Educational facts about the animal