Fewer than 800 Sunda clouded leopards in Sabah


Dwindling numbers: The sunda clouded leopard is a big target of poachers in Sabah.

KOTA KINABALU: The Sunda clouded leopard is becoming the target of poachers, with a study by the Oxford University showing there are fewer than 800 animals left in Sabah.

The study by the Wildlife Con­ser­vation Research Unit (WildCRU) from Oxford University showed the number of these wild cats are dwindling.

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