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ChM CM981 - Canis latrans
Coyotes are within the Family Canidae alongside wolves and domestic dogs. Their frame differs from modern gray wolves in that they tend to be smaller overall with larger ears and a more elongated skull. Their features overall are thinner than their wolf cousins. Coyotes are prevanent in Native American folklore, often referred to as a trickster. Today, coyotes are often considered a pest species that will raid farms of their chickens and potentially other small livestock. An invasive species, coyotes have a negative impact on native deer populations as they reproduce at a much higher rate. The total impact of coyotes on South Carolina’s native species is still being studied by researchers, but it has been suggested that coyotes tend to target fawns.
This scan was collected as part of a student project at The Charleston Museum in association with the Business Innovation Lab at The Citadel.
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