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When hunting small animals such as mice, voles and ground squirrels, coyotes slowly stalk through the grass, and use their acute sense of smell and exceptional hearing to track down their prey. When the prey is located, coyotes stiffen and pounce on their prey headfirst into the grass.
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Coyotes
When hunting small animals such as mice, voles and ground squirrels, coyotes slowly stalk through the grass, and use their acute sense of smell and exceptional hearing to track down their prey. When the prey is located, coyotes stiffen and pounce on their prey headfirst into the grass.