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Some videos show coyotes walking through driveways, right under basketball hoops.
FOUR WILD ANIMALS THAT ARE THRIVING IN CITIESBY RYAN CHELIUS/OUTDOOR LIFEFEBRUARY 9, 2021POPULAR SCIENCE
They actively communicated with one another—not unlike the coyote and badger who starred in a viral video last year, with the coyote making a distinctive canine play bow to invite the badger along.
Many red wolves lost their lives through run-ins with cars or when they were shot by people who mistook them for coyotes.
Another sticky situation that could have contributed to the dire wolf’s demise is the introduction of more modern-day dire wolf-like species, such as wolves and coyotes, and the diseases they may have brought along with them.
He’s curious about the way animals think and move, including his four dogs, as well as ants, earthworms and the coyotes that gobble pecans from nearby trees.
Ranchers bought them to chase coyotes away from their sheep.
“The money they spend on coyotes and smugglers can pay instead for a legal way,” she said.
So Gow grabbed a gun and took off walking, spotting the coyote without a clear sight and firing from 50 yards.
IT’S HIS LAND. NOW A CANADIAN COMPANY GETS TO TAKE IT.BY LEE VAN DER VOO FOR PROPUBLICAOCTOBER 1, 2020PROPUBLICA
If you live in North America, chances are good that you have coyote neighbors.
There are videos of coyotes walking down San Francisco streets.

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