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Road kills, habitat loss and development in panther range continue to be threats.Florida panthers are still inching back from the brink of extinction.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.While they are good sprinters, panthers rarely chase prey for long distances.Instead, prey is singled out, stalked and ambushed.Adult males may range over an area of 200 square miles, while females range over a 70 to 80 square mile area. An adult maintains a home range to live, hunt and, if female, raise its young alone.
The Florida panther is mostly confined to Southwest Florida, usually in pinelands, hardwood hammocks, and mixed swamp forests.
A male can measure 7-8 feet from the nose to tail tip and weigh 100-160 lbs.
Females are about 6 feet in length and weigh between 60-100 lbs.
Panthers do become used to man-made noises and frequently crossroads.
They are attracted to woodland fires and may stay near burned sites for days as deer and other prey are drawn to new vegetation.