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Why is he taking a train ride?



Guess this coyote really enjoys traveling. Last February, it hopped onto a light-train stationed at the Portland International Airport in Oregon. No one is sure how it got there--an airplane ride has been ruled out. A wildlife official lassoed the omnivore, meaning it eats anything--including small mammals, birds, carrion, and fruit, before the train departed for town. It was released at the far edges of the airport property. A spokesperson says: "It ran away and bounded after some field mice." Coyotes can run at a speed of 40 miles per hour.
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Publication:Science World
Date:Dec 13, 2002
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