Florida drivers have killed roughly 10 percent of panther population this year

The Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission estimate there's only 100-180 panthers in Florida and within the past 7 months, 17 panthers have been struck by a car. This means, Florida motorists have offed nearly 10 percent of the total panther population. According to the Washington Post, Florida drivers killed 24 panthers in 2014, making "death by car" the most common form of panther death in the Sunshine State. These numbers come at a time when the Conservation Commission is...

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