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What animal is this?

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by Savage99, Jun 1, 2014.

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  1. Savage99

    Savage99 Member

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    What animal do you think this is?

    Here in CT we have raccoon, red fox, and grey fox.

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  2. Flintknapper

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    You also have coyote.
     
  3. wankerjake

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    Haha yep.
     
  4. Savage99

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    I forgot to mention coyote but it's just as well. The coyote is new to us here in the North East USA and has changed things. We no longer have woodchuck hunting. The chucks are gone from the meadows.
     
  5. Patocazador

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    Yup, coyote.
     
  6. witchhunter

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    Agreed, soon you will have plenty. They will flourish down there.
     
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    CHUPACABRA!!!

    Sorry, I couldn't resist. Unfortunately you'll soon be covered up by coyotes.
     
  8. josiewales

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    Coyote, or HECK of a big fox.
     
  9. Patocazador

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    It would have to be a giant gray fox. Definitely not a red fox.

    (It's a coyote.)
     
  10. Cypress

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    It looks like a fox to me. The legs look a little dainty for a coyote. Just my 2 cents.
     
  11. RPRNY

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    Wiley E himself.
     
  12. buck460XVR

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    Red Fox have a white tip on their tail. Head looks too big for a grey fox...their head is more cat like. It's a 'Yote.
     
  13. wankerjake

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    Definitely a coyote. Notice the resemblance to the photo on file:

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  14. WestKentucky

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    Jake ya wanka you got me laughing. I think that's the same pic I sent my sis when she was trying to figure out what she ran over on vacation.
     
  15. Bush Pilot

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    Coyote, the anvil he's carrying was the giveaway.
     
  16. Barry the Bear

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    It the most deadly animal known to man besides a woman!
     
  17. Jackal

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    Looks like a good critter to introduce to a 50gr HP....
     
  18. CarJunkieLS1

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    If its Mr. Wile E. himself I'd introduce him to whatever I had handy. I my case it was a 130gr missle lol.
     
  19. Cooldill

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    That thars a gen-yew-wine Skunk Ape if I ever saw eem!

    But really, it looks like a Yote to me.
     
  20. olafhardtB

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    Another yankee politician, they eat sh...er... stuff and howl at the moon.
     
  21. cpt-t

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    OMG: A for real ((( WALLEY EYED GOD CAT ))). They are very rare, but have been know to move thru your area at this time of year. Unbeliveabley Dangerous. Keep the Women and Kids locked in the house, and the Livestock in the barn. Don`t risk trying to make contact with them, they are said to beable to change to other sprit forms. Play it safe, stay in the house, but be well armed at all times.
    ken
     
  22. Cooldill

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    It's the jersey devil!!
     
  23. tahunua001

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    I would guess coyote myself. looks awfully medium dog-ish to me.
     
  24. Sunray

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    Needs a bigger picture so the dial up guys can't look at Wile E.
     
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