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Florida panthers have an unusually large number of health problems.Most are related to poor habitat conditions and genetic defects. You can post your profile, use advanced search, send and receive messages absolutely free.
Females are about 6 feet in length and weigh between 60-100 lbs.
In 2017, the Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission updated the population estimate to between 120 – 230 panthers still remaining in Florida, making this one of the rarest and endangered mammals in the world.
Even at their best estimates, 230 panthers are not a sustainable population size.
Around the Everglades, panthers have been contaminated with mercury (at least 1 has died from mercury poisoning) by eating raccoons high in mercury, which passes through the aquatic food chain.
The mercury’s origin is being debated and is uncertain.