FWC Rescues Injured Florida Panther Kitten

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Injured Panther
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Injured Panther (Source: FWC)
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Injured Panther
FWC panther biologists and veterinarian professionals assess the panther's condition. (Source: FWC Photo)
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Injured Panther
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Injured Panther
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Injured Panther
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Injured Panther
The panther is getting sleepy from the sedative she was given. (Source: FWC Photo)
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Injured Panther
The female panther kitten is estimated to be 9 months old. (Source: FWC Photo)
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Injured Panther
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Injured Panther
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