Wednesday, May 16, 2012 - 10:31 in Biology & Nature
Rise of the coyote: The new top dogNature 485, 296 16052012 doi: 10.1038/485296aSharon LevyShape-shifting coyotes have evolved to take advantage of a landscape transformed by people. Scientists are now discovering just how wily the creatures are.
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