A Perfect Example Of Why You Don’t Antagonize Wild Animals
The video at the bottom of the second paragraph, shows a perfect example of why you don’t ever antagonize wild animals. One reason is, they might get angry and attack you and that’s not a situation that you ever want to be in. When taking a leisurely stroll out in the woods (or where ever), there are a few basic rules to observe and the most important rule of all- is to NOT piss-off, or antagonize any wild animals you might come into contact with. Especially a predator. I understand that there is only one coyote in this video, but sometimes they travel in packs and even though the coyote isn’t a very big predator, it doesn’t make them any less ferocious, or dangerous.
The guy in this video is a real idiot. People like this shouldn’t be left alone unsupervised, because he’s just BEGGING to have this animal bite something-off that he might need later. Seriously…this guy is a total tool, you don’t purposely piss-off a predator. If that coyote had managed to land one good bite on this guy, he’d spend the next few hours in the E.R., getting rabies shots. I have NO PITY for morons like this…NONE!!
This is what Wikipedia has to say about the coyote
“The coyote is a canid native to North America. It is smaller than its close relative, the gray wolf and slightly smaller than its other close relatives, the eastern wolf and the red wolf, being roughly the North American equivalent to the Old World golden jackal, though it is larger and more predatory. It is listed as least concern by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), due to its wide distribution and abundance throughout North America, southwards through Mexico and into Central America. The species is versatile and able to adapt to environments modified by humans. As human activity has altered the landscape, the coyote’s range has expanded.”
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