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Planet Earth

Coyote Kibble

Collide-a-ScapeBy Keith KloorFebruary 13, 2009 1:39 AM


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It makes total sense. We like to throw moldy bread at squawking pigeons and ducks, and place birdfeeders in our backyards. So maybe it's not so asinine that some people have taken to feeding wild coyotes. This story in the Rocky Mountain News explains why that's not a good idea. Neither is decorating your yard like Sanford and Son, or letting Taffy the wonder dog prance around outside at dawn and dusk. We are supposed to be the smarter species, right? Happy Darwin Day.

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