Mark Lotz, a wildlife biologist with the Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission, investigates the remains of a pet goat owned by Golden Gate Estates resident Joe Navarro, at left, on Saturday, July 10, 2010.  The officials were notified of the carcass as they were going door-to-door in the area, distributing information about protecting pets and livestock from Florida panthers. Lotz determined that the goat was killed by a panther, the 13th pet goat lost by the family. David Albers/Staff

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Mark Lotz, a wildlife biologist with the Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission, investigates the remains of a pet goat owned by Golden Gate Estates resident Joe Navarro, at left, on Saturday, July 10, 2010. The officials were notified of the carcass as they were going door-to-door in the area, distributing information about protecting pets and livestock from Florida panthers. Lotz determined that the goat was killed by a panther, the 13th pet goat lost by the family. David Albers/Staff

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