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Posted
06/05/2013
Veterinarians Repair An Endangered Florida Panther's Broken Leg
Partners: Florida Wildlife Commission, University of Florida and White Oak Conservation Center
Produced by: UFHealth

Overview

A 9-month old female Florida panther was brought to the University of Florida Small Animal Hospital by FWC veterinarians to repair a broken leg. The panther was hit by a car in Collier County in May and was recovering at White Oak Conservation Center when the animal re-injured her leg.

Last updated: June 5, 2013