Threatened species of Pardofelis marmorata

Other Names:
Threatened species of Marbled cat

With widespread deforestation occurring in south east Asia, there is particular concern for the future of Pardofelis marmorata. The Marbled cat is probably opportunistically hunted, but specimens are not commonly observed in local wildlife markets. There is a lack of knowledge of the behaviour, diet and ecological niche of P. marmorata which is of great concern in the light of deforestation.


The true population of Pardofelis marmorata is unknown but it is estimated at 10,000 individuals. Due to the deforestation occurring throughout much of its range it is considered to be endangered.

The IUCN considers Pardofelis marmorata as "Data Deficient". CITES lists the species as "Appendix 1".

Broader Problems:
Threatened species of Felidae
Related UN Sustainable Development Goals:
GOAL 15: Life on Land
Problem Type:
E: Emanations of other problems
Date of last update
24.09.2020 – 00:52 CEST