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But it's a little smaller - the size of clouded leopards.
The existence of clouded leopards in Borneo has been known by scientists since the early 19th century and it was long believed to be a subspecies of the mainland clouded leopard (Neofelis nebulosa).
After 18 months of intensive camera trapping, we have identified 27 species of mammals including the extremely rare otter civet and the charismatic Sunda clouded leopard and Malayan sun bear - and six species of birds including the endangered storm stork," The corridor where the animals were snapped connects two fragments of the Lower Kinabatangan wildlife sanctuary, which is used to further scientific research for conservation.
The IFAW Wildlife Rescue Center has achieved pioneering work in the rehabilitation of endangered wildlife, including a number of notable firsts - the first orphan Asian elephants returned to the wild and the first documented release of hand-reared clouded leopards," said Ian Robinson, IFAW Animal Rescue Director.
The rare and adorable babies, who haven't yet been named, are the first clouded leopards to be born at the National Zoo in 16 years.
In terms of appearance, the clouded leopards in Borneo and Sumatra have small cloud markings with many distinct spots within the clouds.
From mandrill monkeys, clouded leopards and pygmy hippos to giant pandas, crocodiles, tree kangaroos and tortoises, this really is a must-see.
CLOUDED leopards are said to be notoriously difficult to breed in captivity but one UK zoo is celebrating the recent arrival of four new kittens.
Pythons and clouded leopards are also considered endangered and are protected under the Indian Wildlife Act.
WWF roughly estimates there are between 5,000 and 11,000 Bornean clouded leopards and between 3,000 to 7,000 Sumatran ones.
The zoo's giant pandas will share their new home with six other endangered or threatened Asian species, including red pandas, clouded leopards, and Japanese salamanders.