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July 15, 2013
These mammals live near salt marsh habitat.
10-day closure in state waters extends from Pasco-Hernando line to Wakulla-Franklin line, includes Ochlockonee River and Bay.
FWC Facts:The Florida panther, Florida's official state animal, is one of the most endangered animals on earth, with an estimated 100-160 adults and subadults remaining in southern Florida.
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