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Which of the following is the closest relative to the golden jackal?



A. Coyote
B. Black-Backed Jackal
C. Side-Striped Jackal
D. Cape Jackal

This question is part of Animal Trivia Questions - 5
Asked by Orion thames, Last updated: Jan 17, 2020

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F. Manasseh

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Answered Nov 21, 2019

The coyote is closely related to the Golden Jackal, and the Golden Jackal is often mistaken for a tiny wolf. It has very long hair and a tail that is ruffled up. The fur is very smooth even though it appears to be somewhat disheveled.

Their coloring ranges in shades of yellow from the whitest yellow to a vivid sparkly golden hue. It is an omnivore, which means it consumes both plants and animals. A coyote is a well -built maroon tinted grey carnivorous mammal. It is also closely related to but smaller than the wolf.

It has a narrow muzzle and pointed ears. It is a hunting dog-like creature that may hunt alone or in packs. Its fur is long, and they have white underneath. They have reddish legs and a bushy black tail.

 

Orion thames

Orion thames

Answered Aug 22, 2017

Coyote
 

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