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Coyotes, Crabs, Eagles

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The coyote has roamed America for over a million years.  They can run up to 40 miles per hour and leap distances of 13 feet.  The are ruthless predators who will stalk prey for a whole day.

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From the mountain summits that touch the sky, down to the dark waters of the ocean depths, extreme altitudes are home to millions of species that clash in savage battles for survival.?For these animals that live life on the edge, playing nice just isn't an option when resources are scarce and the conditions are harsh. From a bald eagle earning its wings in aerial combat, to the dog-eat-dog world of coyote pack fights, things get deadly as animals fight to become king of the mountain.

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