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Clouded Leopard

Science Project ;)
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Isabel colon

on 2 October 2013

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Transcript of Clouded Leopard

These big cats can even hang upside down beneath large branches, using their large paws and sharp claws to secure a good grip.
by Isabel & Macy
Fast Facts

Type:
Mammal
Diet:
Carnivore
Size:
Body, 2 to 3 ft (.6 to .9 m); Tail, up to 3 ft (.9 m)
Weight:
Up to 50 lbs (22.7 kg)
Group name:
Leap
Protection status:
Vulnerable
Size relative to a 6-ft (2-m) man:
Illustration: Leopard compared with adult man
Clouded leopards feast on deer, pigs, monkeys, and smaller fare such as squirrels or birds.
Clouded Leopard
clouded leopards are extremely
rare due to poaching and habitat
loss :(
Pictures ;)
Facts ;D
http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/kids/animals-pets-kids/mammals-kids/leopard-clouded-kids/
R
elative to body size, clouded leopards' long canines are the largest of all living cats'.
Large paws with long, sharp claws help clouded leopards climb trees. Their grip is so firm that the leopards can even hang upside down from tree branches
.
This Clouded Leopards live
Mufasa!
Mufasas mommy
ENJOY
A
QUICK
VIDEO
Thanks For watching! :)
Now your experts on Clouded Leopards!
go to
http://cloudedleopard.org/
for more
facts about the Clouded Leopard ♥
The clouded leopards is named after the cloudes on it's back.
If your wondering about the music -
its " every little thing will be alright" because
the clouded leopards are endgered and we really want them to
survive!

Thanks Again!
-
Isabel Colon
&
Macy Dumond
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