Where Do Clouded Leopards Live?

This map shows you where clouded leopards live. It is in the form a globe so you can get a feel where this wild cat lives in relation to the rest of the world.

Where the clouded leopard lives

Where the clouded leopard lives. The information is for 2012 and comes from the Red List. The globe is by Wikimedia Commons.

I did not actually intend to publish this on a separate page. But I like it and it looks better when it is larger. It is part of a large picture showing the clouded leopard. You can see that picture and details on the clouded by using the navigation bar that is below the header of this site (Wild Cats of Southeast Asia for Kids).

If you want to, you can use the picture but please credit this website. As there is no right click image download on this site, you’ll have to do a screenshot and then crop the image using photo editing software.

If you want to see a different version of a map showing where this cat lives, please click on this link.

As you can see from the globe map, there are two species of clouded leopard. These are the countries where they live:

Clouded leopard (scientific name: Neofelis nebulosa):

  1. Bangladesh
  2. Bhutan
  3. Cambodia
  4. China
  5. India
  6. Laos,
  7. Malaysia,
  8. Myanmar
  9. Nepal
  10. Thailand
  11. Viet Nam

Sunda clouded leopard (scientific name: Neofelis diardi):

  1. Island of Borneo
  2. Island of Sumatra
Or more technically speaking:
  1. Brunei Darussalam
  2. Indonesia (Kalimantan, Sumatera)
  3. Malaysia (Sabah, Sarawak)
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Where Do Clouded Leopards Live? — 2 Comments

  1. Impressive. I wish I had the time to research and write a descent article. I was so excited when they found the first clouded leopard on Borneo! I had just started researching cats in my spare time. It was a great time to start learning about all this amazing cats. Thanks Michael.

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