|Title: Florida Panther, Alternative Title: (Felis concolor coryi), Creator: Pfitzer, D.W., Source: WO1078-28, Publisher: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Contributor: DIVISION OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS. Language: EN - ENGLISH Rights: (public domain), Audience: (general), Subject: endangered, wildlife, animals, mammals, predator, carnivore, cat.|
Opportunities to see Florida panthers are uncommon, even for the researchers who track them. With an estimated wild population of only 30 to 50 animals, Florida panthers are perhaps the rarest and most elusive native animal of the region. Known locally as panthers, these large, tawny cats are actually a subspecies of mountain lion, an animal that once had the broadest distribution of any terrestrial mammal in the Western Hemisphere. After two centuries of intensive hunting and habitat loss, mountain lions are still found in many western states, but the only known population east of the Mississippi River now makes its last stand in south Florida. Everglades National Park Panthers FULL TEXT
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