From Motherless Kittens to Ambassadors

The Florida panther, once flourishing throughout the Southeast, was adopted in 1982 as Florida’s state animal. It is now one of the most endangered big cats on the planet. In July 2019, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) trail cameras caught sight of a radio-collared female cat struggling to walk. She had two 2-week-old …

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