Jeremy Frech (el 19/07/14 a las 4:48 pm)
In light of my much anticpated gorie death, sorry to disappointment , I am
alive and well, thanks for all the positive comments Guys! Much
Roger Flatley (el 14/12/14 a las 9:19 pm)
That's how coyotes hunt. They harass prey and intimidate it into running.
Running prey then triggers their attack instinct. They prefer to attack
prey that is running away so they can target the hind quarters and rear,
thus avoiding being bitten, stomped, or hit. This coyote probably didn't
really know what it was doing and was just acting on instinct. I'm sure
it's harassed horses, sheep, and other game like this many times before.
Clearly it was hungry and didn't have an appreciable fear of humans.
Dylan Skinner (el 09/04/15 a las 8:55 am)
This was actually funny
David Drake (el 18/04/15 a las 10:37 am)
Silly rabbit, coyotes are for shooting.
IloveSPIDERZ (el 06/10/14 a las 3:31 am)
How did you get it to do that? Were you feeding it?
superslav (el 12/02/15 a las 6:56 pm)
hahahaha the fucker got tired at about 3:00 from all the hopping
chaurasia hariprasad (el 05/04/15 a las 12:45 am)
where are you stationed?
oneginee (el 17/10/14 a las 6:36 am)
two of them would have made dinner of you. They know when there is an
opportunity even when you don't. That individual maybe had 1/30 chance to
get you. Still willing to find what angles and weaknesses you had. Two of
them 1/3 and three of them it's you who couldn't have escaped.
Nerdy Art (el 11/12/14 a las 6:16 am)
This isn't a real attack. This is coyote playing. The play by biting and
gnawing. If he kept saying hey the coyote would keep playing with him. The
word hey sound like a playful bark or whine. So yeah! He just playing!
Carl Scruggs (el 05/03/15 a las 2:50 am)
Here's a stick. Stick! Stick, stupid!