Clouded leopard, or the scientific name Neofelis nebulosa is a kind of cat-sized, with a body length reaches 95cm. This species generally has a brownish-gray fur with images such as clouds and black spots on his body. Her head of black spots are smaller and there are white spots behind the ears. Clouded leopard has short legs with large feet and long tail with black spots and lines. Similar female clouded leopard.
Regional distribution of the clouded leopard is Southeast Asia, in the lowland forest and mountains in the People’s Republic of China, Indochina, Malay Peninsula, India, Borneo and Sumatra. The species is already extinct in the wild in the Republic of China.
Clouded leopards prey consists of various wild animals of various sizes such as monkeys, snakes, small mammals, birds, deer and proboscis monkey. Clouded leopard using his tongue to clean the feathers before eating their prey.
Because the loss of forest habitat, the population continues to shrink and capture the wild continues to be taken fur, consumption, and traditional medicine in some countries, the clouded leopard species is evaluated as vulnerable on the IUCN Red List. The species is listed in CITES Appendix I.