leopardOrder Carnivora

Family Felidae

Scientific Name

Neofelis nebulosa

Thumbnail Description

They can easily jump up to 1.2 m (3.9 ft) high

Size and Weight

(Male) 81 to 108 cm (32 to 43 in); tail 74 to 91 cm (29 to 36 in)

(Female) Head-to-body length 68.6 to 94 cm (27.0 to 37.0 in); tail 61 to 82 cm (24 to 32 in)

Weight 11.5 and 23 kg (25 and 51 lb)

Shoulder height 50 to 55 cm (20 to 22 in)

Physical Features

The fur of clouded leopards is of a dark grey or ochreous ground-color

Habitat

Open or closed-forest and open, dry tropical forest

Distribution

Southeast Asia, China

Diet

Hog deer, slow loris, brush-tailed porcupine, Malayan pangolin and Indochinese ground squirrel

Reproduction

1 – 5

Population

10,000

Baby Name

Cubs

Lifespan

11 years (wild)

17 years (captivity)

Speed

Unknown

Nature

Solitary

Conservation Status

Vulnerable