Saturday, October 31, 2015

Florida panther

The Florida panther (Puma Concolor Coryi) is a critically endangered subspecies of cougar native to Southern Florida. In 1982, the Florida panther was chosen as Florida's state animal.  It was also first described in 1899 and is probably the most endangered cat in North America. It wasn't yet listed since 2008, in 2010, it was then listed as an endangered species.

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