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November 15, 2015 3:00 PM

Inside N.C. Science: Eastern coyote adapts easily to our area

For thousands of years, North Carolina was wolf pack country. I don’t mean all its inhabitants loved N.C. State University, I mean that there were packs of wolves – once the top predator – roaming the state.

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