Florida Panthers

Xavier Cortada, \“(Florida is…) Florida Panthers,\” archival ink on aluminum, 8′ x 20′, 2015.
Xavier Cortada, “(Florida is…) Florida Panthers,” archival ink on aluminum, 8′ x 20′, 2015.

Panthers, like most cats, are solitary hunters. They are most active at the same time their prey is likely to be about: dawn and dusk. Like the endangered Snow Leopard (Panthera Panthera uncia) that struggles to survive on the other side of the planet, our endangered Florida Panther (Puma concolor coryi) is also in trouble: Once abundant across the American South, fewer than 100 are estimated to live in the wilds of south Florida today.

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