The Clouded Leopard is a smaller relative of the “big cats”. Native to Southeast Asia, this feline’s coat features large blotchy markings instead of the smaller “rosette” shaped spots of its cousin the Leopard.
This wild cat figure is posed in a walking stance, perhaps prowling through the forests at the base of the Himilayas, in search of prey.
Measuring 5 inches long and 1 ¾ inches tall, this figure is painted with the distinctive Clouded Leopard pattern: a “dotted line” of black broken stripes down its back, the large “cloudy” blotches on the side that give the species its common name, and black spots along its tail, underside, and legs. Clouded Leopard fur ranges from gray to yellowish brown, which serves as the base coat for this figure, fading to white on the underbelly.