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March 23, 2006

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Urban Canine: Coyote romps around Manhattan’s Central Park, gets darted, videotaped

Hal, only the second coyote ever spotted in Central Park, led New York City police on a wild chase before being shot with a tranquilizer dart near Belvedere Castle yesterday. While the wiley canine swam across a pond and jumped an 8-foot fence, news helicopters followed the action. Only in New York would you see such a thing. Here’s the story, with video:
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20060322/ap_on_re_us/city_coyote   

Comments

dennis carlyon

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Foxlady

Hal has since died. The circumstances of his death will never come out in the media - the version that is going around the press is pathetic. As one who was consulted as to his care after his capture, let me assure you that there is indeed quite another story. For the details, go to http://foxwoodrehab.typepad.com.




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