Clouded Leopard Cubs / Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute Front Royal

Clouded Leopard Cubs / Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute Front Royal

The Clouded Leopard cubs born at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute-Front Royal recently turned 2 months old, which means they’re big enough to have access to a larger enclosure with big climbing structures. Keepers report that the cubs spend most of their time playing and like to climb as high as they can! They’ve also mastered eating solid foods and are steadily gaining weight. The male weighs just over 4.5 pounds, and the female weighs about 3.5 pounds — via ZooBorns

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