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Now at Big Cat Rescue April 4 2014

Slo Mo Lion   http://youtu.be/KeVWSZIVoSk   Nikita Lioness guarding her enrichment easter egg.   Wildcat Walkabout April 4 2014   http://youtu.be/kJFQXNnWrqs   Watch Chris using Google Glass to hand out enrichment, hear Gale describe her day, see Jamie imitating Jumanji's great duck hunt, meet the Bengal Cat on the lanai, a quick glimpse of Gilligan the Canada Lynx, Angie Bobcat, Shere Khan and China Doll in the woods, a LOT of tiger pee, the NY Servals, Max & Mary Ann chasing and pouncing each Read More

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Today at Big Cat Rescue Dec 28 2013

Bobcat Killed by "Kindness" A Story That Breaks My Heart On Dec 27, 2013 I got a call from Scott C.  He said he had been camping with his family, including a five year old daughter, at the Saint Sebastian River Preserve State Park at 1000 Buffer Preserve Dr in Fellsmere, FL and had been approached by a young, starving, female bobcat kitten.  I asked him to send photos and he sent these.  It would be a three hour drive for me to go see if I could find her, so I immediately contacted Sherrie Wentworth of www.eastcoastwildliferehab.com and Read More

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Cougar Facts

Cougar - Felis concolor   Common Names: Cougar, Puma, Panther, Mountain Lion, Catamount Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata (Vertebrata) Class: Mammalia Order: Carnivora Family: Felidae Genus: Felinae (Puma) Species: concolor Sub-species: Eastern Texas to Florida – P.c.coryi –IUCN: Endangered, CITES:Appendix I Northeastern US and southeastern Canada Cougar – P.c. couguar - IUCN: Endangered, CITES: Appendix I Central American Cougar – P.c. costaricensis – CITES: Appendix I Misc: The cougar has the greatest natural Read More

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Today at Big Cat Rescue Aug 24 2013

  Florida Panther Kitten Raises New Hope   In late January, a rehabilitated orphan Florida panther known as FP219 was released back into the wild. That alone is a happy story, but what makes it even more special is what biologists found a few months later — a kitten! FP219 had successfully adapted to living in the wild and was raising a healthy newborn! his kitten, dubbed K398, represents a hope for the future of Florida panthers and is a promising addition to the endangered species population! These and other successes are the Read More

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Today at Big Cat Rescue Aug 15 2013

Cat Chat Audio Podcasts   Now available in iTunes and watch for the launch of our iTunes and Android apps in the iTunes Store and Google Play Store.  Before we even announced the Cat Chat show there were 51 downloads from our RSS feed here:  http://bigcatrescue.libsyn.com/rss You can see a YouTube Playlist of the video version of the Cat Chat shows here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7p3z2GOoYvI&feature=share&list=PLeS5KW7rpwtUdcAbpmmcyvwulvRoLr8M0 Subscribe to our weekly live Cat Chat Show in iTunes or on YouTube.com/DailyBigCat Photos Read More

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Florida Panther 2nd Grade Science

Read about Florida Panthers http://bigcatrescue.org/florida-panther-facts/   Adult Florida Panthers have brown fur. Their eyes are golden in color. Males are usually bigger than females.   Baby Florida Panthers are called kittens. These cats have 1-3 babies in a litter. Kittens have spots on their fur. They have blue eyes. After they grow up they live alone.       1. What’s a baby Florida Panther called?   a. Kid b. Cub c. Kitten d. Fur baby       2. Read More

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Florida Panther-1st Grade

Read about Florida Panthers http://bigcatrescue.org/florida-panther-facts/   Adult Florida Panthers have brown fur. Their eyes are golden in color. Males are usually bigger than females.   Baby Florida Panthers are called kittens. These cats have 1-3 babies in a litter. Kittens have spots on their fur. They have blue eyes. After they grow up they live alone.   Florida Panthers are meat eaters. Meat eaters are also called carnivores. Their diet includes deer, wild hogs, raccoons, armadillos and alligators.   Living Read More

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Sixth Grade Level Activities

  Mathematics Language Arts Science                                                       Florida Teachers: Click HERE for FCAT Basics by grade level. Rubric Language Arts Grades 4-10         Rubric Math Grades 5-10 Keys: Photo is the species covered and takes you to more info =  Information to read first =      Questions =     Teacher's Key =  Read More

Posted in 9th to 12th Grade, Florida Panther | 0 comments

Cougar 9-12th Grade Science

  Read the article about the Florida Panther  at  http://bigcatrescue.org/florida-panther-facts/ or print out PDF All mammals have systems of organs designed for specific purposes. Which of the following BEST describes the purpose of organ systems? Growth of the organism Achieve homeostasis Transport materials around the body Reproduction of new organism     Which of the following organ systems benefits the entire species MORE than it benefits the individual organism Nutrition Excretion Reproduction Respiration Read More
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