I was blown away by this documentary. It examined the case of the first ever recorded adult killed by coyotes. It happened recently in Cape Breton NP in Canada. (Think Nova Scotia / P.E.I area) A 19 y/o girl was hiking alone and was severely mauled and died later that day. A couple that had just passed her on the trail actually took pictures of two of the coyotes that went on to attack her creepy. Authorities killed 7 coyotes in the vicinity and were able to link 3 of them to the attack. One because of human remains in the stomach . also creepy. I have lived around coyotes for years and have never seen one be anything but timid in the presence of an adult. I've seen a few younger ones even try to be 'playful' I had to chase one off of a tee box once the damn thing was fascinated by the ball. I've walked through isolated woods late at night having heard coyotes baying nearby and never once worried about them. (Of course when I walk through isolated woods at night I'm heavily armed ) Their best guess was that this population of coyotes, in a National Park that protects them from human predation, had over time lost their fear of humans. This is really an interesting show . catch it if you can.