Grow up coyote, it seems.
And you might want to take a look at this infographic from Google Trends to get a sense of what’s going on.
The infographic shows that in 2016, the average age of a coyote is just 20 years old, while the average ages of wolves, wolves hybrids, and coyotes in the wild is all over the place.
What’s driving this?
For one, coyotes are naturally more active than wolves, hybrids, or coyotes, meaning they need to have the same amount of time to find food, and to find a mate.
Also, coyote mothers can be aggressive, so coyotes aren’t always kept in check by humans.
So if you’ve ever had a coyotle in your yard, it might be worth keeping an eye on how it ages.
And finally, coywolves are often kept as pets.
As coyotes go, they’re not that different from the rest of us, except that they tend to live in urban areas, and they’re generally more aggressive than wolves.
That means they’re likely to cause more problems for people than coyotes.
It’s worth noting that there’s still a lot of research that needs to be done to understand the behavior and health of these creatures, and the fact that they’re still in a very young, wild state is an important part of that.