|Published:||Aug 19, 2013 12:47 PM EDT|
|Updated:||Aug 19, 2013 4:16 PM EDT|
COLLIER COUNTY, Fla.- The remains of a 3-year-old uncollared female panther were collected on Alligator Alley, near the 93 mile marker (on the Miller Canal Bridge). This is the 15th panther mortality and the 12th road mortality for 2013.
The cause of death was vehicle collision.
The carcass is at the FWC Naples Field Office and will be sent to the FWC Gainesville lab for necropsy later this afternoon. The remains will be archived at the FL Museum of Natural History. This is the 15th panther mortality and the 12th road mortality for 2013.
- Woman takes wallet left at Walmart, uses debit card
- Annual 'Red, White & BOOM!' celebration comes to an end
- Redmond: Man charged with spreading HIV wants case dropped
- Caretaker allegedly takes more than $11,300 from victim
- A feud between fire and EMS could soon come to an end
- WINK News gets Collier call center employees back pay
- Four Lee County Schools will have extended hours in January
- Cape Coral Elks Lodge forced to shut its doors
- Red drift algae could pile up on SWFL beaches in 2014
- Closing of Fla. power plant will take 60 years