Sunda Clouded Leopard in Borneo
Sunda Clouded leopard in Borneo (Neofelis diardi) is genetically different from the species found in mainland. The skin markings resembling clouds give it such a name.
The apex predator of Borneo and the largest wild cat species in this island, the mystical creature hosts the longest canine of any feline. The tails are almost same as their body length which supports them balancing on the trees. The males can be found on the roads which are frequented by the prey like wild boars, deers etc, whereas the female clouded leopards mostly hunt on trees, perhaps to avoid confrontation with larger males.
Safari Acacia guests are provided with tailormade Safari arrangements targeting the wild cats, and specially the Sunda Clouded Leopard. We offer trips in four destinations of Malaysia, Kinabatangan River Cruise, Deramakot Forest Reserve, Danum Valley Conservation Area and Tabin Wildlife Reserve to find clouded leopard in Borneo. Of course, you need a lot of luck, but once spotted, this magical animal usually give ample time to photograph and observe their behavior.