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    interesting article in NJ.com

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    That's a good article. I am surprised to see a balanced article coming out of nj.com which is just a conduit for left-wing propaganda.

    New Jersey coyotes have experienced hybridization "and are likely 60 percent coyote, 30 percent wolf and 10 percent dog just like throughout most of the northeast."
    I didn't know the percentages were that high. Very interesting.
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    Can I see one of the 100,000 deer in nj
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    i pay to hunt here....do you "pay to hike here"

    the 2nd ammendment is more important than the 1st..."have you ever tried to talk yourself out of getting robbed?"

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    good article. I seriously doubt this doggie was 100% coyote... Looks like it has some wolf and German Shepard in it... Name:  post-984-0-64844200-1450444959.jpg
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    Good read

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    Jack I'm glad you took the collar off that canine before taking that picture........ Eastern yotes are huge compared to their western cousins. Definitely Wolf dna in that monster.

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    Good Article. Thank you for posting it .

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    The tail sticks straight up jack. It definitely has some squirrel in it or it had some squirrel in it.Squirrels bury their nuts in odd places so anything is possible.
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    Good read- thanks for posting.

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    I spoke to a retired Conservation Officer who a friend of mine knows.
    He told me when he was working, they took the teeth and blood samples of 2 large Eastern Coyotes one from central Jersey one from south jersey for DNA analysis and the DNA came back Coyote, Wolf, Dog.
    The State has known for some time of the Hybrid species here, and it is a noted fact that Eastern Coyotes are larger than their counterparts in the West.

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