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Clouded Leopard Training at Denver Zoo's Betty Robertson Leopard View

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Published on Oct 18, 2013

Clouded leopards, or "cloudies" as they are known to many, are notorious for being shy and reclusive, but Denver Zoo keepers have helped these beautiful felines feel more comfortable in their home in the Betty Robertson Leopard View at Toyota Elephant Passage. Because of their introverted nature, keepers have been creative and developed a plan to help the four resident clouded leopards get used to the hustle and bustle of Denver Zoo. Part of that plan includes a new playground for the beautiful felines, complete with new logs to "perch" on and places for hide and seek. If you haven't already seen these illusive cats, be sure to spend a few minutes on your next visit and see if you can't find them hiding in plain sight. This video shares how Denver Zoo zookeepers have been training the clouded leopards husbandry behaviors with a crowd watching, making the illusive cats more comfortable with people.

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