From the Zooborns site about this video from the USA:
Today we check back in on the Nashville Zoo‘s playful trio of Clouded Leopard cubs. Because of high infant mortality rates, these cubs are being hand-raised by Zoo staff. Nashville Zoo participates in the Thailand Clouded Leopard Consortium, which leads a multi-faceted conservation program that includes a viable self-sustaining breeding program.
April 2013. After an unsuccessful 13 year search for the Formosan clouded leopard, the species has been officially declared extinct. The last known sighting was in 1983 by a hunter, though a few reports of pugmarks persisted into the 1990′s: here.
National Zoo Clouded Leopard Cubs Grow Up and Chow Down: here.
Snow leopards may be called leopards, but they’re most closely related to tigers: here.
AN illegal trophy hunt of a leopard, implicating a South African hunter, is being investigated by Namibian authorities: here.
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- Atlanta zoo euthanizes geriatric clouded leopard (onlineathens.com)
- Clouded Leopard, Malaysian Forest Reserve (raxacollective.wordpress.com)
- ‘Clouded leopards’ look awesome, regardless of if you like big cats or not [Amazing Photo of the Day] (dottech.org)
- These Baby Clouded Leopards Are Adorable (huffingtonpost.com)
- Watch an Extremely Rare Snow Leopard Get Nosy with a Camera (motherboard.vice.com)
- First look at rare clouded leopard cubs born at Nashvlle Zoo (metro.co.uk)
- Nashville Zoo Announces Births of Three Clouded Leopards (clarksvilleonline.com)
- Jessie: ZooBorns: Clouded Leopard Cubs at Smithsonian’s Front Royal are Growing Up (April 17, 2013) (zooborns.com)
- Clouded leopard declared extinct in Taiwan (science.nbcnews.com)