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Montreal Woman Gets Attacked By Two Coyotes

How can this happen in the city?!
Montreal Woman Gets Attacked By Two Coyotes

A woman got quite the scare when she was out doing some cross country skiing in Montreal. 

Last week the woman from Ahuntsic-Cartierville was out on one of Montreal's ski paths in the Parc-Nature de l’Île-de-la-Visitation, when all of a sudden she came face to face with not one, but two wild coyotes. 

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One of the two coyotes was being aggressive and was even showing his teeth and growling. 

The woman began screaming and used her ski poles to try to scare the coyotes away, but instead they started circling around her.

When she tired to leave, they started followed her for 30 minutes before finally leaving her alone. 

Since then measures have been taken to discourage coyotes from entering the area and signs have been put up to warn people about the potential threat. 

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