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The coyote are also known as the American jackal or the prairie wolf. Coyotes are a species of canine found throughout North and Central America, ranging from Panama in the south, north through Mexico, the United States and Canada.

Coyote Facts

Coyote Facts

- There are 19 different subspecies of coyote.

- The scientific name for coyotes is Canis latrans, which literally means "barking dog" in Latin.

- Coyotes live a maximum of 10 years in the wild and 18 years in captivity.

- The largest coyote on record weighed nearly 75 pounds, and measured 5 feet in length.

- Coyotes coexist with humans much better than wolves do.

- A coyote may reach speeds up to 43 miles per hour.

- A coyote can jump over 13 feet.

- Primarily, coyotes eat small mammals like rabbits, squirrels, mice, and birds, as well as snakes, and lizards.

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