FORT MYERS, FLORIDA- According to the news, a vehicle crash kills an endangered Florida Panther.
According to Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, this incident marks the panther as the 6th to have collided with a fatal crash out of the total of nine this year. The wildlife officials said that the remains of the male panther which was one-year-old lie in the Alligator Alley in Collier County which is just a few miles east of the plaza.
Officials said that the remains were found on Friday on private land near a landfill in Collier County.
Florida pumas once meandered the whole southeast, yet now their living space generally is limited to a little locale of Florida along the Gulf of Mexico. Up to 230 Florida pumas stay in nature.