Question by  Xander (38)

Are black panther sitings common in Eastern North Carolina?

I want to know if there are black panthers in Eastern North Carolina.


Answer by  jessgirl2 (319)

Yes, black panther sightings have been on the rise in North Carolina, so it's entirely possible (though still rare) to spot one there.


Answer by  BethHall (256)

No, black panthers are not native to Eastern North Carolina. Most black pathers are actually black Jaguars, or malanistic jaguars, which are native to South America, specifically central South Amearica.


Answer by  Djoneechan (142)

Black panthers themselves are generally rare, the only place they've really been sighted is down in Florida. North Carolina's habitat doesn't allow the support of a panther population, nor does the majority of the US population north of Florida.


Answer by  Hazel101 (185)

The Black Panther is believed to be extinct now in the Eastern Section of North Carolina with an exception of a small band of panthers in the Everglades. Sightings would not be very common.


Answer by  Anonymous

I don't know if they're common, probably not. But I saw a black panther today in the woods near my church. So if there is one, there are probably others as well.

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