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Ok, what is it?
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At first glance I thought it was a nauga..



Upon closer examination it is a Fidosquishis nomasyappis.



They say they can't be domesticated, but as you can see this one is quite docile.
 

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Here kitty kity kitty....damn thing never comes when its called, wish I had just got a dog!
 

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looking at the dental pattern I would have to say it was in the canine family...most likely a coyote
 

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From the fangs and all it is obvious one of those killer Bunnies – They may look sweet, but we all know that in packs they will devour a hiker or stranded motorcyclist in seconds. Just saying
 

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Sorry guys, you all flunk. Its an opossum, (possum for you southern folks). Didelphis marsupialis or D. virginianus depending on who you talk to. They have long slightly curved canine teeth, and extremely coarse whitish hair. They are also very frequent road kill. Don't play possum in the middle of the road or you are going to die. FYI. The average possum lives less than one year, but to compensate for that shortcoming they have an extremely early maturation, high level of reproduction and are not about to go extinct, no matter how many you run over. I've never eaten one, but this one looks beyond the stew stage anyway. Cheers. To
 

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Sorry guys, you all flunk. Its an opossum, (possum for you southern folks). Didelphis marsupialis or D. virginianus depending on who you talk to. They have long slightly curved canine teeth, and extremely coarse whitish hair. They are also very frequent road kill. Don't play possum in the middle of the road or you are going to die. FYI. The average possum lives less than one year, but to compensate for that shortcoming they have an extremely early maturation, high level of reproduction and are not about to go extinct, no matter how many you run over. I've never eaten one, but this one looks beyond the stew stage anyway. Cheers. To


Def not a possum. legs are too long, snout is too square, hair is not white enough, front teeth too large along with canines being almost same size. The possum has larger top canines than bottom. From this picture canines are similar in shape and length. I still think; male coyote approx 1yr old and carried a slight limp on his right side.
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Def not a possum. legs are too long, snout is too square, hair is not white enough, front teeth too large along with canines being almost same size. The possum has larger top canines than bottom. From this picture canines are similar in shape and length. I still think; male coyote approx 1yr old and carried a slight limp on his right side.
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I agree...
 
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