Slithering Through Tall Grasses

2014-08-02 slithering through, eyes closed, ears back, crawling lowWith eyes closed at times to protect them, ears laid back flat against its head to protect them and to keep them from impeding a smooth forward progress, crouching down low and using its muzzle to push aside and create openings in the tall tangled-grasses and low-lying burred plants, this coyote made its way quickly across a large field, pretty much undetectable, aided by its superb camouflaged coloration.


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