Wolves are scaring smaller predators into deadly conflict with humans

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Small predators like coyotes evade bigger predators only to be killed by humans

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Fear of large predators is pushing bobcats and coyotes into close contact with humans, who are even more likely to kill the small carnivores than the wild predators.

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