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Mar 16, 2007
A new leopard species has been discovered on the Indonesian island of Borneo, conservation group WWF announced on Thursday. The clouded leopard, known to scientists for nearly 200 years, was thought to be the same species as its mainland Southeast Asian relative, but new DNA testing has proven otherwise. At least 361 new species have been discovered on Borneo between 1994 and 2004, which according to environmentalists shows the importance of conserving the habitat and species of the world's third-largest island. Images of the clouded leopard in its habitat, courtesy of WWF, with soundbites from Stuart Chapman, coordinator of WWF International's Heart of Borneo program.