The Life of Panthers
A black panther is typically a melanistic color variant of any of several species of larger cat. In the Americas, wild 'black panthers' may be black jaguars
The Panther also commonly known as the Black Panther is a large member of the Big cat family, native to asia africa and the Americas. The Panther is not a distinct species itself but is the general name used to refer to any black coloured feline of the Big cat family, most notably leopards and jaguars. The Panther is an elusive and powerful animal that has adapted well to a variety of habitats around the world, and is known to be one of the strongest climbers of all felines. Although the Panther is not technically classified as a separate species, they are considered to be endangered by many due to the declining numbers of both leopards and laguars throughout much of their natural ranges.
Although there are only two different species of Big cat that are considered to be Panthers, Leopards and jagual's are actually very closely related despite living in separate parts of the world.
Black panthers are carnivores or meat eaters. Black panthers food includes just about anything that moves as long as the prey are not too big or too strong for them to tackle.
panthers species evolved in asia but the root of the genus remain unclear genetic studies indicate that panthers cats diverged from the subfamily Felinae between six and ten million years ago.