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The Florida Panther Life and Death of a Vanishing Carnivore

By: David S Maehr
259 pages, B/w photos, illus, tabs
Publisher: Island Press
The Florida Panther
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For nine years the author served as project leader of the Florida Panther Study Project. This book presents the first detailed portrait of this magnificent animal - its biology, natural history, and current status - and also realistically assesses its prospects for survival.

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By: David S Maehr
259 pages, B/w photos, illus, tabs
Publisher: Island Press
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