LABELLE — An endangered Florida panther continues to be struck and wiped out with a vehicle.
Florida panthers once roamed the whole Southeastern U . s . States however their habitat mostly is limited to bonita springs. No more than 230 Florida panthers stay in nature.
It is the 21st fatal collision this season, from 26 total panther deaths. Biologists will read the panther’s remains.
No more than 230 Florida panthers stay in nature.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission states a mans panther’s remains put together Monday in Hendry County, just north from the Dinner Island Ranch Wildlife Management Area. Officials repeat the panther was 6 years of age.