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Black panthers live chiefly in the hot, dense tropical rainforests of South and Southeast Asia. Panthers are animals with small heads, strong jaws, and emerald green eyes and tend to have hind legs that are both larger and slightly longer than those at the front. Black panthers have dark, black fur that help them camouflage at night, so they can hide from their prey. Like many other species of cats, panthers have pads on the bottom of their paws so they can climb on sharp rocks. Panthers have strong, well-built muscles that make them able to climb trees and fight off competition. The thickness of their fur gets thinner due to climate change and increasing heat. Another way they could change is increasing population due to pollution darkening the clouds letting less light through, giving more camouflage = more food which leads to healthier and increased population.