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Coyotes on coyote attack

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To be honest I find that disturbing and it makes me feel uncomfortable. I typically have a stronger stomach but this one just hits me wrong.  

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I understand what your saying Culvercreek hunt club , I too feel bad for the coyote who cant really defend itself. I always feel sorry when I catch something in a trap and have to dispatch it. 

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That is a behavior of most canines, turning on and attacking injured, a domestic dog will do the same thing.

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It’s tough surviving in the wild. I shot a big male coyote while bow hunting a few years ago, I drug  it away from my stand and just left it. Nothing touched it, tracks all around it, but nothing had a bite at him. 

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I did not watch this yet above.  The same happens with People to a Much lesser Degree. You get up into your 50s and all of a Sudden, you get disrespected by the 16--  late 20s age group.  Some of these Young Bucks think you could be a easy Mark---- a soft Touch and no fear of retribution. Not often- but it can happen.

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I still have not seen it after reading replys. Going to upload a Video with William Zabka. Remember Johnny from Karate Kid-- 1984. He is 56 today- 3 years younger then me. Check out the young Punks in Video. This is movies- but not far off from reality. 

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Ah nature taking its course... want violent read bambi ( the book Disney twisted into a movie) by felix saltan one of the best natural history books...  a few tid bits the rabbit get trampled for eating his clover, and squirrel get throat ripped out by ferret... how Disney made movie out of it is beyond me


I've hunted almost everyday of my life.. the rest have been wasted!

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I went with a friend one morning a couple of years ago to check his trapline...One dirt hole set had a dead coyote in it...There was no snow so it was difficult to find tracks...When he skinned it, he said it's injuries were bite marks and if had definitely been killed by another animal/animals... We guessed possibly a bear, but after watching that video I'd lean in the direction of other coyotes...

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Crazy ! Awesome to have that footage on the trail cam !! Can't image how the trapper felt after he got his one coyote then went home to watch the videos.

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