Zookeepers named him Tien, a Thai word with a connotation of strength and stability.
The News Tribune reports the cub weighed a half-pound when born and now weighs more than 4 pounds. The public can see him at daily 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. feedings.
Clouded leopards are native to Southeast Asia forests. They are an endangered species.
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