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Wild Animals #625633

NBC Evening News for Monday, Aug 10, 1998
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Cape Cod: Fred Francis) Increase in coyote population and their increased presence on private property reported. [Falmouth, Massachusetts, Carol BELLWOOD - says eight cats in her area were missing.] [Biologist Susan LANGLOY - says coyotes live in Cape Cod; says coyotes will come after dog food or pet cats.] [Mother Audra NEAL - describes fighting off a coyote.]

(Logan Canyon, UT: Jim Cummins) Increasing numbers of attacks of wild bears and mountain lions featured; reasons given. [Wildlife biologist professor Barrie GILBERT - describes grizzly bear attack; says people need to stop going into every part of wilderness.] [Photographer Dick HANCOCK, GRANDMOTHER - describe mountain lion attacks.]

Reporter(s):
Brokaw, Tom;
Cummins, Jim;
Francis, Fred
Duration:
00:04:00

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