The Florida panther is an extremely endangered subspecies of the Puma concolor, which is commonly known by many names, including cougar, mountain lion, and puma. It is the only remaining Puma concolor subspecies left in the eastern United States. The Florida panther is only found in southern Florida and its population may number just 160 animals.
Our Florida Panther is standing attentively with its ears perked up, as if something has just caught its attention. Its eyes are focused directly forward, perhaps on some unsuspecting prey. This figure is individually hand-painted with accurate markings and beautifully sculpted details.
This Florida Panther figure is 5 ¼ inches tall and 9 inches long, making it just a bit taller than a soda can and a bit wider than a standard legal sheet of paper. The upper part of its body is a pale reddish brown, while its undersides are white. It has bright yellow eyes and dark brown markings on its face, as well as dark brown ears, paw pads, and tail tip.