Research by genetic scientists that clouded leopards (found on Sumatra and Borneo) represent a new species.
The Clouded Leopard has a large build and, proportionately, the
longest canine teeth of any living feline. Little is known about
the natural history and behavioral habits of this species in the wild,
it is now thought that its primary prey includes arboreal and
terrestrial mammals, particularly gibbons, macaques, and the Proboscis
Monkey, supplemented by other small mammals, deer, birds, porcupines,
and domestic livestock.