NASHVILLE - Three clouded leopard cubs make their public debut at the Nashville Zoo Friday.
Clouded leopards are seriously endangered due to deforestation, the pet trade and poaching. Since 2002, the Nashville Zoo has been a partner with others to develop a conservation program.
At 3 months old, the cubs are full of energy and play rough with lots of biting and climbing.
Zoo visitors can see the trio at the Zoo's Critter Encounters area until the weather gets too cool, around November.