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coyotecoy‧ote /ˈkɔɪ-əʊt, kɔɪˈəʊti $ ˈkaɪ-oʊt, kaɪˈoʊti/ noun [countable]  HBAa small wild dog that lives in North West America and Mexico
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coyoteBut coyotes are taking the biggest bite out of sheep farming in Northern California.Whether the abandoned innards, which are consumed by coyotes and ravens, harbor the disease is hotly debated.At night you can hear coyotes howling.I watched spiralling dust devils by day and at night listened to the anarchic cries of coyotes.There were a lot of coyotes, I remember that.He just crouches on the corner at lunchtime and occasionally bays, like a wolf or coyote.At night you make a bunker to sleep in near to the coyotes.The coyote avoided the entire area, preferring the corner where the fence joined the llamas' field.The coyote returned to the barn end and plopped down in front of the crowd of llamas.
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