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Ok, I have to say.. I once ate both a hippo steak and (South African) Roadrunner leg in one sitting, so I'm getting a very tangential  kick here.

<burp> BEEP BEEP!

/ no coyotes involved though.
// I did what Wile-E-Coyote was consumed by.
 
2021-06-18 12:19:53 AM  
Used to stop a a Whataburger in Albuquerque for a green chili cheeseburger (for fast food-top notch), every time a roadrunner would come up to me (seated outside) and bum french fries from me. It was comical as hell. It would come right up to me practically tugging on my pants leg asking for fries. Kinda like the squirrels at the Grand Canyon, they DO tug on your pants leg begging for food.
 
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