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What happens to coyotito?

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Coyotito is the child of Kino and Juana. Neat little Holy-Family like triad, it seems. somehow the child is stung by a Scorpion and becomes very ill. I am not sure if he dies or not, anyhow this is the last straw, gimme that cursed Gem- after consulting with the Priest and the Doctor, or maybe after ignoring them, Kino gets extremely angry and well, returns the pearl to its environment- he tosses the valuable item into the Ocean, with his wife"s consent, by the way.

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Coyotito is killed by a stray bullet during a violent encounter with another group of men. His death devastates his parents, Kino and Juana, leading them to make a bold decision to try to escape from the violence and pursue a better life elsewhere.

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in a box

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He was resting/sleeping on the mat

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