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The panther symbolizes different things across cultures. In Christianity, the panther represents Christ, while some Native American cultures saw it as a malevolent creature with strong links to warfare. In Greek mytholog...

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Panthers live in the western United States, Florida, western Canada and southern South America. Panthers can be found in deserts, prairies, swamps and forests. They are known by several other names, such as cougar, puma ...

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Panthers in the wild feed on small hoofed animals, such as deer, impala and gazelle. Some panthers also stalk and kill domestic animals, such as pigs and dogs, when human settlements are nearby. Panthers are strong swimm...

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