How Do Coyotes Protect Themselves?

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Coyotes have a number of ways to protect themselves depending on the predator. They can bite. They also are fast and capable of outrunning many animals. Another way is to hide.
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They fight and use their teeth to bite or kill one another.
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1. Keep younger children indoors when they cannot be supervised, as many coyote attacks on toddlers happened to kids playing in their own yards unattended. 2. Remove coyote magnets
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Tusks they stay in the water cuz they dont wanna get sunburned, or sweat blood
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They try to protect themselves by spitting out this kind of red liquid. It does nothing, but it smells BAD! They bite! Once one of 'em bit my uncle and left teeth marks! LOL!
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Coyote
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Carnivora Family: Canidae Genus: Canis Species: Canis latrans
The Coyote’s scientific name means "barking dog"; its common name comes from coyotl, the name used by Mexico’s Nahuatl Indians. The best runner among the canids, the Coyote cruises normally at 25 to 30 mph (40–50 km/h), getting up... More »
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