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It’s a girl! Kitten born to rescued and released Florida panther

Florida panther 219 was fitted with a radio collar before she was released into the Picayune Strand Restoration Project area in January 2013. The radiotelemetry data gathered during aerial flights allowed biologists to track her movements and led to the discovery of her kitten. (Photo courtesy of MyFWCmedia)



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This work, It’s a girl! Kitten born to rescued and released Florida panther [Image 1 of 4], by Erica Skolte, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:01.31.2013

Date Posted:08.09.2013 16:28

Photo ID:992368

VIRIN:130628-A-CE999-087

Resolution:4288x2859

Size:3.47 MB

Location:NAPLES, FL, USGlobe

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