Clouded leopard found dead in Tawau


Fast dwindling: Conservationists estimate that are about 5,000 to 11,000 clouded leopards within the forests of Borneo island.

KOTA KINABALU: A protected clouded leopard was found dead in Sabah’s east coast town of Tawau.

The Bornean leopard is believed to have been hit by a vehicle while crossing the Kuhara road after it came out from a secondary forest about 2km from the town in search of food.

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Environment , protected species , leopard , Tawau

   

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