That reminds me of a case we had in Pennsylvania several years ago. If I remember correctly, the "coyote" weighed 110#. When the guy took it to a taxidermist, he found out the male animal's "junk" had been surgically removed. It was a wolf someone had released from captivity.
I suppose a 100# coyote would be equivalent to a 9-foot man -- theoretically possible, but not likely, and probably has some kind of hormonal problem.
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