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Coyote

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NORMA CARRILLO

on 5 March 2014

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Transcript of Coyote

Size/Body
Weight: 30-50 pounds
Height: 58-66 cm
Length:30-34 in.(76-86 cm.)
not counting the tail of 12-16 in.(30-41cm.)
Kingdom-Animalia
Phylum-Chordata
Class-Familia
Order-Carnivora
Family-Canidae
Genus-Canis
Species-C.latrans
Scientific Name-Canis latrans
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Coyote
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Canis Latrans

TAXONOMY
DESCRIPTION
Behavior
Food/Predators
FOOD:rodents, deers, rabbits, etc. their predators are humans, mountain lions, cougars, alligators, bears, & wolves.
~coyote hunts in a group of 2-3
~to avoid getting attack, they make little noise while walking
Habitat/Range/Migration
Relations to Humans
Grayish brown to yellowish gray on the upper parts, while the throat & belly tend to have a buff or white color
They are similar to wolves in some ways, they have a mate for life & they look after their young. They are not picky about scavening.
humans are predators, they hunt & attack coyotes
when a coyote attacks a human it is very uncommon & rarely causes injury
Habitat- prairie , Desert, rual Farms, Suburbs, & cities
Migration- They migrate in the northeast United States
Range- Found over most of North America
folklore and interesting facts
by: Lyana Yim &
Norma Carrillo

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CHESTER SEE
~coyotes communicate with howls, & high pitched cries
~coyotes mark their territory by foot prints & urine
~coyotes can detect hunters from far
~runs about 40 miles per hour
~omnivores
~excellent swimmers
~live up to 14 years in the wild
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