Formosan Clouded Leopard (Neofelis Nebulosa Brachyura), an uncommon type of a huge cat in Taiwan. People thought it was extinct in the light of the fact that no one ever spotted them since 1983. Taiwanese and U.S. zoologists likewise reviewed the district during the period from 2001 to 2013. However, they neglected to discover even one leopard.

Extinct Leopard

However, these animals have been supposedly located meandering around in the wild of Taitung County, Taiwan, by various observers perfectly healthy in January 2019, motivating a gathering of officers to screen the territory. The officers have now revealed two sightings of a gathering of Formosan obfuscated leopards hunting goats, and one running up a tree.

The significance of the find is striking for local people in the region, and they are currently holding ancestral gatherings to talk about the sightings and how to prevent untouchables from endeavoring to hunt leopards.

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intertribal members accept they could stop hunting in the region by strangers. However, the seniors of the town are campaigning Taiwanese specialists to end logging and different exercises that hurt the land.

Extinct Leopards spotted

National Taitung University’s Department of Life Science, Professor Liu Chiung-hsi says that he accepted this creature despite everything that exists. Liu said that the Formosan is very coordinated and alert. They escape human attempts to trap or catch it. So, this explains why we did not spot them for more than 20 years

According to researchers and conservationists, the Earth is right now experiencing the 6th mass extinction of plants. So, creatures and species going extinct at up to 1,000 to multiple times the regular rate. However, spotting these clouded leopards was such great news for the country.