The number changes every year, but now they should be at 100 or more in the wild.
Unfortunately, the Florida panther is critically endangered. There are only about 100 individuals left in the wild in southwest Florida. This is somewhat of a recovery for their numbers, as it was as low as 30 cats about a decade ago, but it is still not a great improvement. Originally, panther territory was all over the southeastern portion of the United States, including states like Georgia, Mississippi, and Arkansas, but now they can only be found in a small subsection of Florida.
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