- The prairie wolf, sometimes called the "barking wolf," because
its bark resembles that of a dog. The Indian considered the coyote
a wise animal and respected it. Coyote skin was valued by many Plains
tribes for making quivers. Few tribes ate the flesh of the coyote,
although the Coyoteros, a division of the Apache, are belived by some to
have given that name becasue they ate the flesh of the coyote.
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