ENDANGERED ONE MONTH OLD RARE CLOUDED LEOPARDS VIDEO AT THE NASHVILLE ZOO BY NEW MEDIA EDGE
New Media Edge was invited back by the Nashville zoo to video one month old rare Clouded Leopard cubs.
New Media Edge director, and 365Nash.com videographer, Bob Coan was invited back by the Nashville Zoo to film rare Clouded Leopard cubs. The three cubs born in mid-March are part of Clouded Leopard Species Survival Program at the Zoo. Two boys and one girl cubs now have their eyes open and are ready to crawl and play. This is the second time New Media Edge has been invited to film the cubs. Nashville and the world are very excited by this rare birth and we are honored for this opportunity to share our online video with the public.
Video of the Clouded Leopard cubs can be seen at YouTube on the NewMediaEdge channel or follow this link: http://youtu.be/
New Media Edge’s previous video was viewed over 15,000 times in the first week and both videos can be viewed on youtube, www.365Nash.com or the Nashville Zoo Website.
From the Nashville Zoo – “Clouded leopards are seriously endangered because of deforestation, poaching and the pet trade. Since 2002, Nashville Zoo has been a member of the Thailand Clouded Leopard Consortium, an ongoing collaboration with the National Zoo, Point Defiance Zoo, Clouded Leopard Species Survival Program, Zoological Park Organization in Thailand and HKS Design and Consultants International to develop a multi-faceted clouded leopard conservation program that includes a viable self-sustaining breeding program.”
Bob Coan is director of the social media company New Media Edge, and an avid photographer and videographer. Coan’s work can be seen at www.365Nash.com, a division of New Media Edge. New Media Edge’s work with the Zoo is a true altruistic venture in which Coan is extremely proud to be a part.
CONTACT Bob Coan: www.NewMediaEdge.com
Visit the Nashville Zoo at Grassmere http://www.nashvillezoo.org/
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