. Extinct Pennsylvania animals. Zoology. THE PEXXSYLVAXIA LIOX OR PAXTHER. 43 nia lion, like the wolf, was an integral part of the orig- inal forest. \Vhen the old forests were cut, the pan- thers and wolves of the Keystone State diminished, until the destruction of practically all of the "first growth'' timber, they vanished altogether. This may also account for the passing of panthers and wolves from the Adirondack ^Mountains in Xew York, which occurred so completeh- after the lumbermen's devas- tation. •^S ^3f^. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that

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. Extinct Pennsylvania animals. Zoology. THE PEXXSYLVAXIA LIOX OR PAXTHER. 43 nia lion, like the wolf, was an integral part of the orig- inal forest. \Vhen the old forests were cut, the pan- thers and wolves of the Keystone State diminished, until the destruction of practically all of the "first growth'' timber, they vanished altogether. This may also account for the passing of panthers and wolves from the Adirondack ^Mountains in Xew York, which occurred so completeh- after the lumbermen's devas- tation. •^S ^3f^. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Shoemaker, Henry W. (Henry Wharton), b. 1880. [Altoona, Pa. The Altoona Tribune Publishing Co