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Reduce Stress With SF Zoo's Red Panda Cam on Election Day



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    A live stream of the red panda enclosure at the San Francisco Zoo will be on display during Election Day (Nov. 7, 2016).

    From hyper-local measures to the polarizing presidential race, a number of divisive issues have plenty of voters in a tizzy ahead of Election Day.

    The San Francisco Zoo and Firefox have created a stress-reducing solution. The two entities have teamed and are planning to plaster a live stream of red pandas on the search engine's Facebook page, according to the zoo.

    Three critters by the names of "Hillary," "Hunter," and "Tenzing" will be on display for viewers to gawk at beginning at 10 a.m. PT, the zoo said.

    The fluffy species, which is actually more closely related to raccoons than giant pandas, happened to be referred to by the name "firefox" and "fire-colored cat," according to the zoo.

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