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Cape Cod residnets warned to stop feeding coyotes

Cape Cod residnets warned to stop feeding coyotes

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Cape Cod Rangers Urging Public Not To Feed Coyotes

They've posted signs and stepped-up patrols near Provincetown, but rangers at the Cape Cod National Seashore are now threatening to close a parking lot because people have been feeding coyotes.  They say that has caused the wild animals to start begging at cars

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