An endangered Florida panther kitten has been struck and killed by a vehicle. It’s the 24th fatal collision this year, out of 29 total panther deaths. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission said Monday that the remains of the male, 3-month-old panther were collected Saturday near a Naples subdivision. Wildlife officials reported 42 panther deaths in 2016, including 34 fatal vehicle collisions in southwest Florida. Seven panther litters with a total of 19 kittens have been documented this year.