Another endangered panther, the fifth this year, was killed by a vehicle in southwest Florida.
The remains of a rare Florida panther found over the weekend in the Big Cypress National Preserve will be turned over to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission for evaluation.
Florida Panthers goalie Robert Luongo has left after the first period against the Carolina Hurricanes because of an upper body injury and won’t return to the game.
The remains of what appears to be a four-year-old Florida panther is being sent off to Gainesville where a necropsy will be performed to determine the cause of death—but it appears the endangered panther was hit by a car or truck.
A young endangered Florida panther that had been struck by a car is ready to be released back into the wild.
Sometimes news stories don’t end well; and then there are stories like this one that has the “purrfect” ending that will leave you “roaring” with joy.
A young panther was found dead, apparently struck and killed by a vehicle, in rural Collier County. This is the third panther death of 2014.
A Collier County deputy, responding to a man that hit and killed a panther with his car, captured a three-car accident on his dash cam.
Just two days into the New Year, wildlife officials are reporting the first death of an endangered Florida panther.
The Florida panther is one of the most endangered animals in the world, which is why state and federal wildlife officials are now offering a $12,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the suspicious death of an endangered Florida panther.