In general, though, hybridization—which, to clarify, is not a new phenomenon—is almost certainly going to grow more and more common as species’ shrinking numbers make the single-and-looking-to-mingle more and more desperate.
We had John Green, the famous author of , interview Nat for a very special Q&A about working with Cara Delevingne, spiritual connections with Shailene Woodley, and life on a movie set.
Then, we had Jack Antonoff touch base with Charli about their upcoming tour, life in the spotlight, and (what else?
Since its inception, the eastern coyote has established itself as a new top predator where wolves once reigned.
They are heftier, faster, and have larger jaws than coyotes, and their songs are a blend of wolf howl and coyote yip.
They eat discarded food, including fruits and vegetables, as well as available mammals.