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Carcas Disposal

 
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Old 01-31-2010, 12:07 AM
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Re: Carcas Disposal

There is another point to carcass disposal and that is to be careful about the funky stuff coyotes can carry, you can get some seriously scary stuff from critters. Keep some disposable gloves in your pack if you have to handle them. Just a little reminder
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Old 01-31-2010, 10:58 AM
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Re: Carcas Disposal

That's the point! The animal was hungry; humans are nothing more than another food supply to them when their ordinary prey is not available. Coyotes ordinarily don't attack humans and should not be associated with being "mean," as are some humans. Coyotes are usually solitary when their food supply is adequate, but if it is a matter of pure survival, they may well attack humans, lap dogs, cats, etc. that provide for easier prey. Coyote attacks on humans happen, but are rare---at least on the west coast. We are more concerned about mountain lion attacks.
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