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Photo Of The Day By eabowe
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Today’s Photo of the Day is “Howling Coyote” by eabowe. Location: Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming.
“It was very cold, but I had been watching this coyote for about 45 minutes as it hunted in the snow-covered Lamar Valley,” explains eabowe. “My hope was that I would be able to catch it as it jumped in the air to get a vole. Instead, it stopped in the middle of the field, threw back its head and let out a howl.”
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