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A coyote at the Virginia Living Museum in Newport News, Va.
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A coyote at the Virginia Living Museum in Newport News, Va.

Back in the day, coyotes were so low in the pecking order of predators, you'd be hard pressed to find one in this region. But with larger predators out of the picture, coyotes are moving in to the D.C. area. Sabri Ben-Achour takes a nature walk with a local wildlife biologist, to find out more...

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