The Florida Panther is dwindling in numbers. There are only an estimated 80-100 of these panthers left in existence. I have posted an article for your further reading.
In Florida specifically, there are less than 100 Florida panthers left in the wild. These 100 can usually be seen in the southern swamplands of the Everglades National Park and Big Cypress National Preserve. Panthers are so critically endangered because they are so vulnerable to a number of threats: habitat loss, cars, and disease. Conservationists have stepped in to study the animals to discover ways they can help them make a comback.
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