A coyote stares down a camera in South Mountains Game Lands, in Western North Carolina, in 2012. The picture was taken with a camera trap, run by the eMammal project, a collaboration between researchers at N.C. State and the Smithsonian Institution.
A coyote stares down a camera in South Mountains Game Lands, in Western North Carolina, in 2012. The picture was taken with a camera trap, run by the eMammal project, a collaboration between researchers at N.C. State and the Smithsonian Institution. Courtesy of Roland Kays
A coyote stares down a camera in South Mountains Game Lands, in Western North Carolina, in 2012. The picture was taken with a camera trap, run by the eMammal project, a collaboration between researchers at N.C. State and the Smithsonian Institution. Courtesy of Roland Kays

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