- "The rare black panther that roams the island is said to be darker than night or Turkish back hair."
- — Survival Guide
The Black Panther is in reality simply a black variant of the Leopard but it is much more vicious and harder to kill than its spotted relatives. Furthermore, due to the variation in the animal's coat colour it is very well camouflage in the foliage and can be hard to spot when wandering the jungle during the night.
- Contrary to popular belief, Black Panthers are not an actual species, but rather a collective term given to a melanistic mutation in leopards and jaguars. The mutation is rare and causes an individual to be born with a black or dark brown coat rather than the typical color. Their spots are usually visible up close. The mutation is only proven to occur in leopards and jaguars,but may also occur in tigers.
- Here's another tip to hunt the black panther: use an animal repellant syringe if you already have the recipe for it, because 60% of the time, it works everytime.