Researchers Witness Urban Coyotes Melt Into The Shadows Of Los Angeles

Researchers Witness Urban Coyotes Melt Into The Shadows Of Los Angeles

By Jed Kim

Coyotes are becoming more and more common in urban areas, including Los Angeles. This summer, the National Park Service announced a first-of-its-kind survey of coyote behavior in the city. The researchers say the findings so far have been surprising.

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