NAPLES, Fla. (AP) - A remains of a panther struck and killed on a Collier Count road will be taken to a research lab for a complete necropsy.
Wildlife officials say the 4-month-old panther was killed early Sunday morning. This marks the 19th panther death of the year.
The News-Press reports (http://newspr.es/TDFKlg) the carcass will be taken to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Wildlife Research Lab in Gainesville. The remains will be archived at the Florida Museum of Natural History.
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