Photographs show a coyote that survived an eight-hour trip wedged behind a car bumper.
Meet the wiliest of all coyotes: Hit by a car at 75 mph, embedded in the fender, rode for 600 miles — and SURVIVED!
When a brother and sister struck a coyote at 75 mph they assumed they had killed the animal and drove on.
They didn't realize this was the toughest creature ever to survive a hit-and-run.
Eight hours, two fuel stops, and 600 miles later they found the wild
animal embedded in their front fender - and very much alive.
text and photos shown above, about a coyote that was rescued relatively
unharmed after it was hit by a car on an interstate and spent the next
eight hours wedged behind a car bumper, were taken directly from a
28 October 2009
article on the subject.