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Natural selection

Just a few miles from the Malibu Country Mart, where you can get your Rolls detailed, eat sushi with Kate Hudson and blow two hundred bucks on a cotton tee, another society is in full swing.

Bluffs Park, a wild swathe of ragged acres, overlooks the sea. It's fight or flight over here, from bug-hunting lizards and flesh-loving hawks to packs of coyotes who eat almost anything. The food chain, and no one's ever safely on top.

coyote skull
coyote skull at bluff's park

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