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February 20, 2014
Because he was so young when rescued, he hadn't learned survival skills and cannot be returned to the wild.
Saturday, March 1 at Magnolia Park, Apopka.
FWC Facts:Florida panther kittens have dark spots that help them blend in with their den’s surroundings and camouflage them from predators. They fade to a tawny brown as they become adults.
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