Florida panthers are typically solitary animals. These animals usually mark their own specific territories by marking and scarping. A female’s territory is usually 70-200 miles while a male’s is up to 250 miles. The most dominant animals usually have the best territories and males will fight to invade others’ territories.
They have several factors that reflect their predator lifestyle including a strong jaw, fur between their paws to help muffle walking sounds, tiny and sharp horny points on their tongue to tear meat, well-developed vision and nighttime sight, ability to run up to 35 mph, a well developed sense of smell, acute hearing, and ears that will swivel to hone in on specific sounds.
Florida Panthers cannot roar and are mostly silent. Vocalizations could include purrs, chirps, and yells (similar to a house cat).