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On average, coyotes in captivity can live for roughly 13-15 years, but in the wild, most will die before they reach three years of age. Coyote attacks on civilians are generally very rare, one is more likely to be killed or injured by an errant golf ball than this species.

Coyotes resurface in cityscapes

Locals notice wildlife closer to home
Kassie DeJean, Senior Reporter October 12, 2021

WEB EXCLUSIVE | Over the past few months, San Francisco and the Bay Area have experienced a surge in coyote sightings and attacks. Coyotes commonly threaten dogs but are also dangerous to humans. The...

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