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Florida Panther

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Brandon Soto

on 12 May 2015

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Transcript of Florida Panther

Florida Panther
The Florida Panther once prowled through woodlands in Florida’s forests and swamps. These creatures are tan and black colored panthers. The reason why they're black is because their kittens have a black coat as a kitten but later through it's lifetime it's coat will change to tan.

These animals are secondary consumers that eat primary consumers such as deer.
Their role
The main reason Florida panther’s are going endangered because we think as them to threats to us and our live stock. There number’s are slowly decreasing since the 1950’s and were announced endangered in 1967’s only 17 years after their numbers started declining. The reason why there numbers started declining is because we're killing these animals. Another reason why there endangered is because these animals get hit by cars.
Why there endangered
The Florida Panther
Their litter.
Once they reproduce they only have a litter of 1-4 kittens at once and rarely all of the litter survives. Their mating season is any season their is no season that the Florida Panther mates in yet the female panther waits a year and a half or two years and a half.
How many are left?
The Florida Panther is only at 5% of what it use to be so there is only 100-160 left in the wild.
How we can help
How we can save these animals is by not destroying their home as we destroy their homes we limiting their area to reproduce and by having programs to breed these animals we can make these animals population rise and the last way we can help these creatures is by crossbreeding it so we can get a Florida panther
Bruh it's done. :)
Some more facts
These animals take lot's of space
an adult needs up to 200 square miles. These panther's can run 35 mph but only for a few hundred yards. There is a hockey team named after the florida panther.
Their location
Their range is Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Tennessee and South Carolina.
Height: 23-27 inches at the shoulder for males; females are smaller.
Length: Males, 7 feet from nose to tip of tail; females, 6 feet
Weight: Males average 130 lbs; females 70-75 lbs
Lifespan: 10-15 years
Size and lifespan
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