Sunday, 1 May 2016

NEWSLINK: Deadliest month ever for Florida panthers, with nine killed

This April will go down as the bloodiest month yet for the Florida panther.

So far, nine of the endangered cats have died, all but one killed along Southwest Florida highways and roads. Seven were males, almost all of them at the young age when they start looking to establish their own territory. Altogether, 20 panthers have died this year, a number on track to outpace last year’s record-breaking 41 fatalities.


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