This panther, blinded by a shotgun, is cared for at Lowry Park Zoo. Eye doctor Tammy Miller examines the wounds following its Oct. 11 rescue in Collier County.
This panther, blinded by a shotgun, is cared for at Lowry Park Zoo. Eye doctor Tammy Miller examines the wounds following its Oct. 11 rescue in Collier County. Lowry Park Zoo / Via Tampa Bay Times
This panther, blinded by a shotgun, is cared for at Lowry Park Zoo. Eye doctor Tammy Miller examines the wounds following its Oct. 11 rescue in Collier County. Lowry Park Zoo / Via Tampa Bay Times

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