September 23rd, 2012Location:
Smithsonian National Zoological Park in Washington, D.C.Conservation Status:
VulnerableDid you know?
The clouded leopard has amazing tree climbing abilities, and has
been seen running head-first down tree trunks, climbing about on the underside of branches,
and hanging upside down by its hind feet with the tail providing balance. The ability to climb
trees allows it to forage for food in the canopy, although it mainly uses the tree branches for
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