Adira the red panda arrives at the San Diego Zoo

The new addition is the four of the species.

The red panda exhibit at the San Diego Zoo.

The red panda exhibit at the San Diego Zoo.

Photo via Michael Beausoleil + SDtoday

The newest resident at the San Diego Zoo will have you turning red. Adira — a 2-year-old red panda — has moved in and is acclimating to her new home + climate.

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Adira says hello

Gif via @sandiegozoo

She joins Lucas, Kola + Clark, making her the fourth firefox to reside at the zoo. While the species is native to areas in the Eastern Himalayas like China, Nepal, and Bhutan, Adira has a cooler story. She was born in Canada, where she lived at the Toronto Zoo before coming to San Diego.

Adira’s relocation comes at the recommendation of the Red Panda Species Survival Plan. The species is currently endangered, so the zoo is hoping she really gets along with her mates, especially Lucas.

Pro tip: The red panda exhibit has gotten super popular recently (if you know, you know), so give yourself time + get ready for a line.

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