The Florida Panther is an endangered indigenous species of large cat in Florida. Over the years, it has been pushed to near extinction, and a few refuges have been set up to protect what little population remains. A common misconception is that the panther is black, when in fact they are a tan and cream color. Also, Floridians have also named a sports team after them, showing their support for the animal. Residents wish to restore the species and return biodiversity back to its swamp areas.
The Florida Panther represents valuable plant and animal species in Florida. By saving this big cat and its habitat, we are preserving everything else that resides there, too. Tropical plants, black bears, coyotes, bobcats, white-tailed deer, and wild hogs are all protected when we protect the Florida Panther.
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