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What eats coyotes?

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According to Encyclopedia Britannica, coyotes are occasionally preyed upon by larger predators, such as wolves and mountain lions, although this is mostly due to competition. Lynx and bobcats also compete with coyotes, although they do not pose as big a threat. Red foxes are killed by coyotes on sight.

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What eats coyotes?
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The coyote, also known as the prairie wolf or brush wolf, is a member of the Canidae family and is native to North America. Its population has spread across the United States and Canada, also with a presence in Central America. This is in part due to the declining numbers of wolves across North America, although the coyote is highly successful in urban environments as well.

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