Florida panthers have been federally protected for more than four decades. This young male was released in the Rotenberger Water Management Area in 2013 after being rescued with his sister as 5-month-old kittens after their mother was found dead.
Florida panthers have been federally protected for more than four decades. This young male was released in the Rotenberger Water Management Area in 2013 after being rescued with his sister as 5-month-old kittens after their mother was found dead. Joe Rimkus Jr. Miami Herald Staff
Florida panthers have been federally protected for more than four decades. This young male was released in the Rotenberger Water Management Area in 2013 after being rescued with his sister as 5-month-old kittens after their mother was found dead. Joe Rimkus Jr. Miami Herald Staff

Wildlife agents arrest Miami man holding endangered Florida panther kittens in video

March 17, 2017 04:23 PM

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    The South Florida Water Management District released a video on their twitter account Monday showing a record breaking 17-foot-1-inch Burmese python that was caught by Jason Leon.