It gets really cold in Colorado. How cold? Cold enough to freeze a coyote dead in its tracks. This photo shows a coyote that was in the middle of walking when it literally froze to death.

Frozen Coyote

For an animal to freeze solid in its tracks, the outside temperature must be -28 degrees F. That’s how cold it was in the small town of Silt, Colorado, just west of Glenwood Springs, when this coyote froze. If you look carefully under its tail, you’ll also see a frozen poop. Nature can be so cruel.

Coyote Found Frozen Dead In His Tracks... Literally

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