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Black panther (Panthera pardus) growling, head-shot : Stock Photo
Black panthers are actually black-coated leopards and not a distinct species. Leopards are the most widespread members of the cat famil, this largely due to their highly adaptable hunting and feeding behaviour.

Black panther (Panthera pardus) growling, head-shot

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Black panthers are actually black-coated leopards and not a distinct species. Leopards are the most widespread members of the cat famil, this largely due to their highly adaptable hunting and feeding behaviour.
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Tim Flach
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Stone
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