Save the Florida Panther!!!
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The Florida Panther is a subspecies of the mountain lion and is one of America's most efficient predators, but now they are facing extinction because of habitat encroachment and poaching. By the 1970's there were about 20-30 Florida Panthers but now because of conservation work there are now 180 left in the wild. These animals are vital to the Florida Everglades ecosystem because they help limit the populations of deer, small mammals, storks and even the invasive wild boar, but now these big cats are still facing deforestation and poaching today and its up to us to help save their species. I love animals and I've always wanted to help with wildlife conservation and save endangered animals, and it would be a shame to see another endangered species fall off the face of the Earth.
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