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Florida's Endangered Species

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Florida's Endangered Species There are various different reasons why a species may face extinction: from hunting, to car accidents and human encroachment animals face these problems everyday. The U.S. state of Florida is home to a number of endangered species, which are protected by law so they do not go extinct. The popular and lovable Manatee is one of these species, and is the State Marine Mammal. The Florida Panther is another, and is a member of the cougar family. Florida is also famous for its alligators, which remain a protected species in the region. In this video, WatchMojo.com explores the fauna of the U.S. state of Florida, and learns which species found here are endangered.

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