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When folks hear the word panther, the Carolina Panthers' football team may come to mind. But for some in the Angier area, a real panther occupies their thoughts.
Angier resident Edwin Liles and his fianceÃ©, Kitty Woods, were driving along Benson Road near the Pea Ridge community July Fourth when they said they saw a black panther on the shoulder of the road.
The large animal was apparently eating a deer hit by a motorist.
"My fiancÃ©e spotted it first. We had just left a July Fourth celebration and were driving along when, all of a sudden, she asked me if I saw it," Mr. Liles