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A coywolf is a genetic hybrid between a wolf and a coyote, but the genetic difference is not 50/50. The coywolf is essentially a coyote who has had a small amount of wolf DNA (experts estimate 5%) inserted into its genetics, causing them to grow bigger than normal coyotes and have a few wolflike features.Are coywolves real?
Coywolves are not ‘shy wolves’—they are coyote-wolf hybrids (with some dog mixed in) and now number in the millions. A report from PBS writes that the first eastern coyote or coywolf appeared around 1919 in Ontario, Canada. Today, wolf DNA has popped up in "coyote" poop as far south as Virginia.Are coywolves dangerous?
Coywolves are not dangerous to humans, as is believed. They share their cousin, the coyote's shyness, and generally avoid any contact with people. However, if you see any animal getting too close for comfort, raise your hands and create a din or whistle. Avoid the urge to turn around and flee.Is a coyote a wolf hybrid?
A coywolf is a hybrid between a coyote and one of the various wolf species found in the North American continent - eastern wolves, gray wolves (including their Mexican and Northwestern subspecies), and red wolves.