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 Post subject: What caused this?
PostPosted: 27 Feb 2013, 21:19 
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A few weeks ago I was out checking yote sets. Had a yote in trap at post set. The problem was that the yote was dead in a foothold. Yote was a female. Her neck was tore up and dried blood. Her *** end was tore up and dried blood and her underside around her female parts. Very strange! Any insight would be helpful. Seen this happen with other animals but never k9's. Here's the pics. I just don't know. :shock: :--? :roll: :roll: :evil: :evil:
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 Post subject: Re: What caused this?
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I had a somewhat similar experience last year with a coon. It wasn't dead, but it's anus appeared to be chewed out, and a hole extended up under the skin towards the back for several inches. I asked about it on here by the only suggestion I got was alien probing, which while rather creative, I found unlikely. I hope someone else chimes in for you!

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 Post subject: Re: What caused this?
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Any bite marks? Pictures look like some coyotes that we see around here that have been dogged. The neck and back end are where hunting dogs grab to subdue a coyote. Can't tell from pictures but dogs would be my first guess.


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 Post subject: Re: What caused this?
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Chupacabra did it!!


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 Post subject: Re: What caused this?
PostPosted: 28 Feb 2013, 12:24 
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docrunyon wrote:
Any bite marks? Pictures look like some coyotes that we see around here that have been dogged. The neck and back end are where hunting dogs grab to subdue a coyote. Can't tell from pictures but dogs would be my first guess.

Doc there were plenty of bite marks on the yote. but I am absolutly sure it wasn't huntin dogs. This happened on my place and the only one who runs hounds is me. My closest neibor is 2 miles away. No chance of it being a dog. There was a wolf killed about 30 miles northwest about 2 weeks back. I know wolves hate yotes. Don't know if other yotes would kill another yote unless it would be over territory.

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 Post subject: Re: What caused this?
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It's not common but I have had caught coyotes killed by other coyotes as evidenced by tracks in the snow.

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 Post subject: Re: What caused this?
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We have alot of coyotes... while coon hunting have heard them fight so would assume they do kill each other occasionally. Looked just like yotes that had been killed by coyote hunting dogs... maybe it was some Kansas Jayhawk that did it


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 Post subject: Re: What caused this?
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another yote would be my guess...probably a male.

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I'm going with the chupacabra :twisted: Maybe this is a sign of them migrating north from Texas. Haha One can only hope? :lol: :lol: :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: What caused this?
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I'm going with the chupacabra :twisted: Maybe this is a sign of them migrating north from Texas. Haha One can only hope? :lol: :lol: :lol:

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: What caused this?
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Richard, my guess would be that this female yote was trespassing on another yotes territory.. that don't take kind to strangers....


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 Post subject: Re: What caused this?
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wannab wrote:
Chupacabra did it!!



or it could have been the chupacabra thingy....... :mrgreen:


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 Post subject: Re: What caused this?
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bronco2 wrote:
wannab wrote:
Chupacabra did it!!



or it could have been the chupacabra thingy....... :mrgreen:


You guys got to get out of the sun :mrgreen:


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 Post subject: Re: What caused this?
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got love them chupacabra......


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 Post subject: Re: What caused this?
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had a younger male tore up the same way earlier this year in a snare and its culprit left tracks it was a larger male

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 Post subject: Re: What caused this?
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docrunyon wrote:
We have alot of coyotes... while coon hunting have heard them fight so would assume they do kill each other occasionally. Looked just like yotes that had been killed by coyote hunting dogs... maybe it was some Kansas Jayhawk that did it

:lol: :lol: :lol: Na, there's too much of the yote left! :--o

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 Post subject: Re: What caused this?
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8) Probably another coyote 8)

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