We need to do more for clouded leopards in Malaysia


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  • Sunday, 21 Dec 2014

Big cat: A male clouded leopard photographed by a camera trap in the Belum-Temengor forest, Perak. Little research has been done on this species. – WWF

New research aims to expand our knowledge on the clouded leopard.

THE clouded leopard is the third largest cat species in Peninsular Malaysia after the tiger and leopard, but has remain little-known.

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