Top 10 similar words or synonyms for clouded_leopard_neofelis_nebulosa

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for clouded_leopard_neofelis_nebulosa

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Neofelis Neofelis is a genus comprising two extant felid species from Southeast Asia: the clouded leopard ("Neofelis nebulosa") of mainland Asia, and the Sunda clouded leopard ("Neofelis diardi") of Sumatra and Borneo.
Ganges Delta Animals in the delta include the Indian python ("Python molurus"), clouded leopard ("Neofelis nebulosa"), Indian elephant ("Elephas maximus indicus") and crocodiles, which live in the Sundarbans. Approximately 1,020 endangered Bengal tigers ("Panthera tigris tigris") are believed to inhabit the Sundarbans.
Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute Amongst the SCBI's most well known research programs are those based on the captive breeding, and reintroduction, of such endangered species as the black-footed ferret ("Mustela nigripes"), the clouded leopard ("Neofelis nebulosa"), and the Matschie's tree-kangaroo ("Dendrolagus matechiei").
Formosan clouded leopard The Formosan clouded leopard ("Neofelis nebulosa brachyura") is a clouded leopard subspecies that is endemic to the island of Taiwan. A camera trapping study carried out in the largest remaining lowland primary forest in southern Taiwan during 2000 to 2004 did not reveal the presence of a clouded leopard.
Clouded leopard The clouded leopard ("Neofelis nebulosa") is a wild cat occurring from the Himalayan foothills through mainland Southeast Asia into China. Since 2008, it is listed as Vulnerable on the IUCN Red List. Its total population is suspected to be fewer than 10,000 mature individuals, with a decreasing population trend, and no single population numbering more than 1,000 adults.
Francesco Nardelli In 1972 Nardelli established a private Wild Felids Breeding Centre near Rome where he successfully bred in captivity several threatened species including the red-shanked douc langur ("Pygathrix nemaeus"), the snow leopard ("Uncia uncia"), the clouded leopard ("Neofelis nebulosa") all first ever bred in Italy.
Sunda clouded leopard Its coat is marked with irregularly-shaped, dark-edged ovals which are said to be shaped like clouds, hence its common name. Though scientists have known of its existence since the early 19th century, it was positively identified as being a distinct species in its own right in 2006, having long been believed to be a subspecies of the mainland clouded leopard ("Neofelis nebulosa").
Francesco Nardelli In 1980 he moved to England where he became Curator of Howletts and Port Lympne Zoo, John Aspinall’s Zoos in Kent. There he was responsible for the setting up of new exhibits and successfully directed several breeding programmes including African elephant ("Loxodonta africana"), (first ever bred in U.K.), western lowland gorilla ("Gorilla g. gorilla"), siamang ("Symphalangus syndactylus"), red-shanked douc langur ("Pygathrix nemaeus") surili langurs ("Presbytis" sp.) clouded leopard ("Neofelis nebulosa"), snow leopard ("Uncia uncia").
Kaptai National Park Notable animals are Asian elephant ("Elephas maximus"), western hoolock gibbon ("Hylobates hoolock"), Phayre's leaf monkey ("Trachypithecus phayrei"), capped leaf monkey ("Trachypithecus pileatus"), dholes ("Cuon alpinus"), wild boar ("Sus scrofa"), sambar ("Cervus unicolor"), barking deer ("Muntiacus muntjak"), clouded leopard ("Neofelis nebulosa"), rock python ("Python molurus"), etc. Among these, elephants, clouded leopards and dholes are critically endangered species of Bangladesh. Although elephants and gibbons are fairly common, dholes and sambars are very rare.
Thungyai Naresuan Wildlife Sanctuary Among the mammal species living in Thungyai are lar gibbon ("Hylobates lar"), various species of macaque ("Macaca") und lutung ("Trachypithecus"), Indochinese tiger ("Panthera tigris corbetti"), Indochinese leopard ("Panthera pardus delacouri"), clouded leopard ("Neofelis nebulosa"), sun bear ("Helarctos malayanus") and Asian black bear ("Ursus thibetanus"), Malayan tapir ("Tapirus indicus"), Indian elephant ("Elephas maximus indicus"), gaur ("Bos gaurus"), hog deer ("Cervus porcinus"), sambar ("Rusa unicolor"), Fea's muntjac ("Muntiacus feae") und Sumatran serow ("Capricornis sumatraensis") as well as many bat species probably including Kitti's hog-nosed bat ("Craseonycteris thonglongyai").