Florida panthers could have gone extinct years ago if not for the programs made possible under the Endangered Species Act.
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Though still in danger, protections from the Endangered Species Act have made a huge difference in sea turtle recovery, both in the U.S. and around the world.
Florida panthers are some of the most endangered animals in the U.S., but they’re falling victim to cars and trucks on rural roads.
Thanks to a recent land purchase along the Caloosahatchee River in Florida, panthers now have a little more room to roam.
New high-tech sensors installed along US-41 may help reduce the danger vehicles pose to Florida panthers. Learn more about this new project in this TV interview with Defenders’ Elizabeth Fleming.