Canada – Vancouver strollers are no longer protected from aggressive coyotes

Canada - Vancouver strollers are no longer protected from aggressive coyotes

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Vancouver walkers are no longer protected from aggressive coyotes

There have been 15 attacks in the last three months. Those who feed the animals will have to expect higher fines.

Suddenly offensive: Coyotes in Vancouver City Park have attacked 15 people in the past three months.

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A trip to Stanley Park in Vancouver can be dangerous these days. Within three months, the Coyotes attacked fifteen joggers and walkers in City Park. In two cases the animals also attacked the cyclists. Several paths through the park are temporarily closed.

According to an estimate by the park administration, about a dozen coyotes live on an area of ​​about 400 hectares. At the beginning of the year two coyotes had to be killed due to several aggressive behavior towards humans.

Memories of 19-year-old singer’s death come back to life

Canadian singer Taylor Mitchell was bitten by the Coyotes in 2009 in a national park.

Canadian singer Taylor Mitchell was bitten by the Coyotes in 2009 in a national park.

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The Attack series brings back painful memories of folk singer Taylor Mitchell’s downfall in Canada. In the fall of 2009, the 19-year-old was attacked by two coyotes in Cape Breton National Park.

In order not to strip the animals further, the park administration is now tightening the ban on feeding. Anyone who violates this rule can expect fines of 50,000 Canadian dollars (about 37,000 Swiss francs).

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