State and federal wildlife officials announced Wednesday that they had revised the official estimate of the number of endangered panthers from between 100 and 180 to 120 to 230.
State and federal wildlife officials announced Wednesday that they had revised the official estimate of the number of endangered panthers from between 100 and 180 to 120 to 230. HANDOUT Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
State and federal wildlife officials announced Wednesday that they had revised the official estimate of the number of endangered panthers from between 100 and 180 to 120 to 230. HANDOUT Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

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February 22, 2017 06:43 PM

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