Our friends, researchers Andreas Wilting and Azlan Mohamed, have released the first video footage of the Sundaland clouded leopard in the wild to be made public.
The footage was captured during a night survey in their study area of the Dermakot Forest Reserve in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo. I was fortunate to participate in night surveys at this same site in 2008, but never got lucky enough for a glimpse of a cloudie!
View the footage and learn more about their research by viewing the BBC's story, Clouded leopard: First film of new Asia big cat species. You can also find more detailed information of the project on the CLP website.
Thanks to CLP supporters for helping us contribute to this important project.
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