A Florida panther, which was endangered, has been killed after being hit by a car.
According to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, this is the fourth panther fatality in four deaths so far this year.
Wildlife officials reported that the remains of a 4-year-old panther male were discovered Friday on a rural road within Collier County.
Florida panthers used to roam the entire Southeast. Now, their habitat is mainly confined in a small area of Florida on the Gulf of Mexico.
There are still 230 Florida Panthers in the wild.