Outside of being hunted by humans for their fur, the coyotes' biggest predator is wolves. In fact, since being reintroduced to Yellowstone National Park in 1995, wolves have reduced the coyote population by 39 percent, a... More »

Coyote droppings are similar to the droppings of their close relatives, domestic dogs. They are usually several inches long and cigarlike in appearance. The ends of the droppings are often tapered, and the bulk features ... More »

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An animal's niche refers to its place in its ecological food chain, and a coyote's niche is at the top of the food chain as it does not have many, if any, predators. The coyote is a ferocious predator that preys on many ... More »

Many large predator animals in the Americas prey on white-tailed deer, including grey wolves, alligators, mountain lions and similar large cats, such as jaguars. In addition, deer fawns are often targets for medium-sized... More »

Adult owls do not typically fall prey to other animals as sources of food, although owlets and owl eggs are eaten by foxes, cats, bobcats, coyotes, raccoons and American black bears. Some other animals that eat nestlings... More »

Frogs fall prey to snakes, bullfrogs, owls, hawks, tarantulas, foxes, otters and even humans. In addition, some fish, insects and animals feed on frogspawn and tadpoles. Some frogs even eat other frogs. The American bull... More »

The Canadian Shield is home to moose caribou, bears, muskrats, wolves, woodchucks, moose, raccoons, beavers, coyotes, foxes, wolverines, weasels, deer, mink and otters. Atlantic salmon, eight different species of whales,... More »