Think you know it all when it comes to yotes? Check out this video about the secret lives of coyotes!
In this video about the secret lives of coyotes, Predator Defense expert Brooks Fahy discusses how the killing of one animal can lead to an increase in population in the species.
Counter intuitive? Watch the video to learn why!
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Coyotes group structure limits who creates offspring so when you kill off certain member of the group disorder leads to more offspring by a larger variety of members. Predator hunters claim that their main motivation is population control to help the prey repopulate certain areas.
Is predator killing driven by the principle of population control or simply by the drive to kill animals? Share your reaction in the comments below!