Coyotes are wild, meat-eating members of the dog family that travel in packs throughout North America and have strong family ties. Known for being cleaver and savvy, their main habitats are the mountains and forests, tho... More »

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Coyotes are clever, adaptable animals that can survive in almost any habitat in North America. They live in mountains, forests, deserts and even cities, and they eat a varied diet depending on what is available. More »

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Coyote pups are born in burrows or dens after two months of gestation. Because coyotes mate between late January and March, the pups are often born in spring from April to mid-May. As with other infant mammals, coyote pu... More »

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The red fox is a mammal in the class Carnivora and the family Canidae (along with other foxes), and it lives throughout much of North America, most all of Europe and Asia and parts of Africa. The species also entered the... More »

Animals that travel in packs include members of the dog family, carnivorous dinosaurs and mules. Dogs, wolves, African wild dogs, dholes, bush dogs, dingos and coyotes often travel in packs, while foxes and raccoon dogs ... More »

Coyotes are clever, adaptable animals that can survive in almost any habitat in North America. They live in mountains, forests, deserts and even cities, and they eat a varied diet depending on what is available. More »

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There are over 4000 species of mammals worldwide, but all share the same defining characteristics that separate them from other members of the phylum Chordata. These characteristics include having hair, being warm-bloode... More »

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