More ideas from Paul
Wild Cats

Black panther carrying her cub great shot here to see the pattern on the mother's coat. Panthers aren't a breed they are a coat color that occurs among Leopards and Jaguars. They are black with black spots. This looks to be a Jaguar.

Magnificent..! , Panther from Iryna

The black panther is one end of my totem animal-- in general being the black cat. I know it's not a tiger but its still a big cat and it's cute.

One of God's Amazing beautiful Big Cats! "A black panther is typically a melanistic color variant of any of several species of larger cat. In Latin America, wild 'black panthers' may be black jaguars. In Asia and Africa, black leopards, in Asia, possibly the very rare black tigers and in North America they may be black jaguars or possibly black cougars. Captive black panthers may be black jaguars, or more commonly black leopards."

"This is a black female Jaguar that I captured at the amazing WHF in Kent. The Jaguar is the largest feline on the American continent, and is the only one of the world's 'big' cats to be found in the New World." AKA a panther.