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A remarkable sight unfolded in Lake Tahoe when a mother coyote and her six adorable pups were captured by a special coyote camera.

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Toogee Sielsch, was called to relocate the family, but he wisely decided against it, knowing it could be fatal for some of the young ones. Instead, Sielsch chose to document their daily lives, capturing heartwarming moments of play fights and revealing the mother’s extensive absence of 16 hours each day. These unique observations have provided us with an extraordinary glimpse into the wildlife that surrounds us.

The enchanting footage of the mother coyote and her six pups in Lake Tahoe provides a rare glimpse into the lives of these animals. Thanks to the decision to observe rather than interfere, we have gained a deeper understanding of their behavior, nurturing instincts, and the delicate balance they maintain in their ecosystem.

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