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Wolves and coyotes may compete for some of the same food. No wolves equals more food for coyotes. More food equals more coyotes.

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wolves can not attemp to fight them


It would be very unusual for coyotes to kill wolves, since wolves are larger and stronger than coyotes, but if a wolf was injured and outnumbered, coyotes might kill it.


Wolves generally do not hunt coyotes for food but do not tolerate coyotes in their territory and will kill them or drive them off.


Wolves will occasionally kill coyotes but rarely will they eat them.


No. Wolves and coyotes are related wild dogs so they do not eat wolves plus they eat plant eaters they are meat eaters. Coyotes are normally quite a bit smaller than wolves and the two species compete for food. It is not uncommon for wolves to kill coyotes because of this competition.


Wolves are larger than coyotes and live in groups, called packs. Coyotes usually just live in pairs.


No, Wolves do not get along with Coyotes or other wolves. Since dogs are like wolves. They don't like staying with tdifferent species No, Wolves do not get along with Coyotes or other wolves. Since dogs are like wolves. They don't like staying with tdifferent species


Coyotes are prey to cougars and sometimes wolves.


Yes, where wolves are present, they drive off or kill coyotes.


Yes, coyotes and wolves seem to interbreed in the wild even. In the northeast United States wolves are quite rare but coyotes are common. The few wolves seem to be breeding with coyotes and producing animals that are bigger than the average coyote but smaller than an average wolf. For more information, click on this link.



Coyotes are called prairie wolves, and American jackal.


Coyotes are similar to wolves in many ways, but not the howl. Wolves have a clear, smooth howl, and coyotes have a whimper-like howl. When coyotes howl, they are barking and then let out a short howl, then keep doing high pitched howls.


No, because coyotes don't live in packs. They are NOT the same animal , wolves are much larger, than a coyote.


Cougars and wolves will occasionally kill coyotes but usually do not eat them.


Yes, coyotes and wolves seem to interbreed in the wild even. In the northeast United States wolves are quite rare but coyotes are common. The few wolves seem to be breeding with coyotes and producing animals that are bigger than the average coyote but smaller than an average wolf. For more information, click on this link.


No no way. Coyotes could maybe put up a fight against you. But a wolf would tear a coyote up. wolves have a bite force per pound more then 1,000 pounds. Coyotes could be mean but in a wolfs case. Not close!


Coyotes, Vultures, Wolves, Tigers, Lions, and a lot more


No. We have foxes and wolves only =)



Wolves; Dingos; Coyotes


mainly coyotes and wolves


In addition to dogs wolves are closely related to coyotes, dingos, and jackals. More distantly they are also related to foxes.


No, coyotes are related to wolves and wolves are known as part of the dog family... Lions, and tigers are part of the cat family


DIFFERENCES: Coyotes have thinner and smaller legs, while wolves have thick legs. Also, wolves are a lot larger. The wolf howls, and coyotes have a high - pitched sort of howl. Wolves have black, gray, or white fur, while coyotes usually have tan- brown fur. Coyotes also have bushier tales, and eat smaller animals such as mice and rabbits, or deer when hunting in a pair, while wolves eat goats, sheep, and moose.



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