Bornean Clouded Leopard

Neofelis diardi borneensis

The Bornean clouded leopard is a sub-species of the clouded leopard. This elusive hunter is the smallest of the big cats, and one of the most agile at climbing, using their large claws to grasp onto trees and hang upside down. They feed on deer, pigs, monkeys and smaller animals such as squirrels and birds.

Populations in Borneo are unknown, but they are under threat from deforestation, hunting, and poaching for their pelt, teeth, and bones. Across the world, their natural habitat of moist tropical forest has been declining at a rate of 10% per year since 1997.

Sunda Clouded Leopard - (Neofelis diardi), Camera trap picture from the project area by IZW 


Camera trap picture from the project area by IZW 


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