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The Florida panther:

The Florida panther By: Afsanha Anwary  AP Biology endangered project June 5, 2017

Description of Florida Panther:

Description of Florida Panther Common name of panther: Florida Panther Scientific name: Felis Concolor Coryi Florida panthers have a crooked tail and a unique patch of fur on their back Florida panthers are carnivores and skilled hunters They grow about 6-7 feet long, where males are usually bigger than female panthers  Live in South Florida of the United States

Ecology Component: (Organisms role in food web):

Ecology Component: (Organisms role in food web) Occupied by both secondary and tertiary consumers.  Florida panthers need food, water, shelter, and access to mates to survive.  Panthers are carnivores and eat only meat. Great predators for their habitats. To maintain their health and fitness, adult panthers need to consume at least one deer.

ECOLOGY COMPONENT  Age structure :

ECOLOGY COMPONENT  Age structure  LIFESPAN OF FLORIDA PANTHERS ARE ABOUT TWELVE YEARS. CURRENTLY ENDANGERED  FACE LOW GENETIC DIVERSITY WITHIN THE ENVIRONMENT  PANTHERS PRODUCE EVERY TWO YEARS ABOUT 1-6 YOUNG CUBS. Geographically isolated

Panthers niche :

Panthers niche

Evolution component: (ANATOMICAL ADAPTATION) :

Evolution component: (ANATOMICAL ADAPTATION) SOME OF THE ANATOMICAL ADAPTATIONS ARE THE RETRACTBLE CLAWS. SHARP TEETH ABILITY TO CAMOFLAGE AT NIGHT GREAT EYESIGHT  STRONG PROTECTION SKILLS  ABILITY TO DETECT MOTION.

Ecology Component Cont. (Classification/close relate species):

Ecology Component Cont. (Classification/close relate species) Classification: Kingdom- Animalia Phylum- Chordata Order- Carnivora Family- Felidae Genus- puma Species- p.concolor Puma (puma concolor ) Cougar (puma concolor ) Mountain lion (puma concolor )

Conservation plan: (our goal) :

Conservation plan: (our goal) IMPROVE SURVIVAL RATE  PANTHERS ARE STILL FACING THREAT DUE TO HUMAN POPULATION Some limiting factors: habitat availability Prey availability Lack of human tolerance

What can we do? :

What can we do? Apply resource to the land Conserve large areas Provide routes for animals Reduce habitat threats Keep the environment clean Add shelters to the land

National conservation :

National conservation A nonprofit organization Raises money for endangered species Supports land conservation Raises awareness Donate to panther society Safe place for panthers to roam

Thank you for watching! :

Thank you for watching! A Florida panther also deserves to live!

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