Snow coyotes and spirit bears by +Carl Zimmer

Wildlife biologists on Newfoundland estimate that as few as three coyotes made that journey to the island in 1985. Their descendants remained rare on Newfoundland for the next two decades. But in recent years, the population has exploded. Newfoundland is now home to several thousand coyotes, which prey on caribou and scavenge moose carcasses. And starting in 2003, there have been occasional reports in Newfoundland of something truly remarkable: white coyotes.
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