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It was clearly pursuing a snack!
As the coyote approached a clump of tall grass it began to pick up speed and then suddenly a handful of ducks exploded from the water, loudly quacking and beating their wings as they took off. The coyote similarly exploded with surprise and took off in the other direction, apparently not expecting such a reaction from its intended meal.
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The lure of breakfast was too much for the coyote, however, who stopped and turned around, ears pricked in attention at the ambush point once again. This time the coyote was not taking any chances and began to leap towards the grass, bounding unnaturally high into the air in an effort to see into the tall grass with each jump. After a few such cartoonish bounds, the remaining ducks exploded from the grass and the coyote was left with soggy feet and nothing to show for it.