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It started in , when a pack of strange-looking coyotes—or were they coyotes? The dog did not survive.
But Wooten, who by day works for the U. Army Corps of Engineers, is the kind of guy who keeps a dead rattlesnake and deer hide in his freezer, so instead of getting angry with the wild animals, he decided to investigate them on his own time.
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