South Florida Rocklands
The South Florida rocklands ecosystem located in the tropical and subtropical moist broadleaf forests biome.Happens in Southern Florida and there is a rockland in the Florida Keys in the United States. The Rocklands natural cover an area of 2,100 km², but now is said to be that only 2% of what was originally there is still living
The water is a main part of the rocklands because if there is not enough water the trees won't even grow.
The florida panthers current state of being extinct is so bad that they are breeding them. There is such a low population of less than 100 left that people have to enclose and breed to keep this animal from going extinct.
Classification of the Florida Panther
Species: P. concolor