A critically endangered clouded leopard cub has been captured by tribes people in a remote area of Bangladesh. Many conservationists thought the leopards were actually extinct in the country.
Mohammed Islam from the Wildlife Trust of Bangladesh says the find is "exciting and hugely significant". Clouded leopards are solitary, nocturnal and arboreal cats. They are also one of the least studied leopards because of their secretive and timid nature.
The Trust is now trying to release the cub.