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coywolf,

another name for the eastern coyotecoyote
or prairie wolf,
small, swift wolf, Canis latrans, native to W North America. Historically found in deserts, prairies, open woodlands, and brush country, it is increasingly colonizing urban habitats; it is also called brush wolf.
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Today, the wolf is returning to its ancestral territories, and the "coywolf" (a smaller, bolder wolf-coyote hybrid) is becoming more common.
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A coywolf is grayer and larger than a typical coyote, weighing up to 75 pounds.
They're going to follow; they're going to investigate," said Kos, about half of the coywolf's personality.
Way's coywolf research can be found at www.easterncoyoteresearch.com or www.coywolf.org.
The scientific term for the offspring of this interbreeding is "coywolf," hence the title Coy Wolves.
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* Coyotes and the endangered red wolves breeding 'coywolf' pups in North Carolina;