“It’s very unusual and scary,” said Nick Mendoza. “I’ve never seen so many coyotes, moving in a pack like that. They were hunting.”
The drought and the unseasonable warm weather in California may be to blame for an increase in coyote attacks and sightings in Riverside.
After losing their small dog to a mountain lion, a La Crescenta family is warning other hillside residents to be wary of wild animals.
A Florida man says he will live among two African lions for 30 days to help raise money and awareness for their care.