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 Category:  General Non-Fiction
  Posted: December 4, 2019      Views: 44

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It is never a good idea to try to rescue a wild animal of any kind and put it in your vehicle.

As you will see: A man hit a coyote on his way to work and put it in his truck. Not sure what to do with it, he left it in his truck for a few hours.

On his return to the truck, the coyote was sitting up behind the wheel. Scared for his safety, he called wildlife control and they came a few hours later to take him away.

Lesson learned:It's never a good idea to mess with wild animals!

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The man from Manhattan panicked when he hit the coyote and wanted to save it but didn't know what to do so he took the animal to work with him. Later when he returned he found the coyote sitting up right in the drivers seat, behind the steering wheel. This is a true story! The coyote was finally picked up an hour later and he had suffered no broken bones, only cuts and bruises and was in exceptanly good health and taken to a rehabilitation facility. Once recovered he will be returned into the wild once again. This could have a different turn of events, the man was lucky he didn't lose his life and only his truck seat was attacked.

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