The articles report the same body count as the Wikipedia article. According to the Wikipedia article about coyote attacks on humans, how many fatal coyote attacks on humans have been confirmed? 2 How does the information in the Humane Society article compare with the Wikipedia article? The Humane Society article reports the same number of human fatalities as the Wikipedia article.
More people have died from drowning in molasses than from coyote attacks. Knowing what you know now, would you accept this claim as a definite fact? Explain how credible you think the claim is and why. I would consider it fact since it has been verified by professionals about the only confirmed deaths by coyotes and the creditable sites that talked about these stories. The FBI confirmed that all registered motorcycle owners are automatically put on a classified gang list. Your friend owns a motorcycle and is furious because this could show up to potential employers on select background checks. Before you get indignant on your friend’s behalf, pause and investigate the claim, using the tips described above. Is your friend’s claim credible? Poll question but answer is no Explain why you selected your answer to the question above. Make sure you describe what steps you took to reach this conclusion. I researched the first article about this topic. This topic was from a fake news agency that is well known for fake news.
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