This video was developed by Ringling College of Art and Design students Hunter Caraway and Zhao Quan, as part of the FWC and Mote Marine Lab Red Tide Cooperative Program.
This video was created by Ringling students Rebecca Parham, Brittany Godwin, Christine Kim and Autumn Fritsch, as part of the FWC and Mote Marine Lab Red Tide Cooperative Program.
FWC Facts:Panthers space themselves so they will have enough food. If panthers lived close together, all the deer would soon be gone, and there wouldn't be enough to eat.
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