Sumatran clouded leopard video, a first


From New Scientist:

Nature’s most elusive big cat has been caught on camera for the first time, revealing fur with a stunning pattern of spots (see video above). Conservation specialists from the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) recently caught a rare glimpse of the Sumatran Sundaland clouded leopard while working on the island of Sumatra. The cat was filmed with a camera trap set up in Berbak National Park as part of a conservation effort to prevent deforestation.

Leopard photographed in Yemen for the first time: here.

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