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SF Zoo to make Election Day more tolerable by live streaming red pandas all day Tuesday


Not sure how you’re going to cope with the stress-inducing onslaught of election results?

Here’s some good news: per the San Francisco Zoo, its three red pandas will serve as your much needed distraction on Tuesday as the 2016 election results begin rolling in.

Starting at 10:00 a.m. PST, the zoo, in collaboration with Mozilla’s Firefox, will live stream the activities of Tenzing, Hillary, and Hunter as they eat, play, and do other red panda things on the web browser company’s official Facebook page.

Red pandas, which are actually more closely related to the raccoon family than pandas, are native to some parts of Nepal, Myanmar, India, Bhutan, and China. They are absurdly cute, and are well-equipped to assuage the looming sense of dread we are all sure to be feeling on Election Day.

Watch the little guys here at Firefox’s Facebook page.

Read Alyssa Pereira’s latest stories, and follow her on Twitter at @alyspereira. Send her news tips at apereira@sfchronicle.com.

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