The Panther (species Puma concolor coryi) kives in Florida. At present, there are fewer than 100 of these panthers living in the wild, and the species is considered endangered. A controversial breeding program has been set up that is moving females of a subspecies of panther, Felis concolor, from Texas to breed with Florida panther males. (Subspecies can mate with one other and produce healthy offspring.) What would be the goal of this program?
A. replace the Florida panthers with a more successful subspecies
B.discourage the male Florida panthers from preying on other animals
C.improve the survival of panther offspring by increasing competition
D.increase the genetic biodiversity of panthers living in Florida

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Im guessing A as it would help replopulate

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