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Photos show coyote carcasses strung up from roadside tree on a farm in rural Virginia

Coyote carcasses strung up from tree in Virginia

Prowling coyotes have become so prevalent in rural Virginia that some residents are stringing up multiple carcasses from tree branches at farms and ranches. A dozen dead coyotes swaying from a roadside tree in the tiny mountain town of West Augusta were captured in images by an Associated Press photographer traveling the back roads of Virginia's Shenandoah Valley this week.

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