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But no matter how good an animal mimic sounds to human ears, the only way to know if the call is truly spot-on is to test it with animal reaction. And that’s just what one man did with his coyote call while sitting in the woods.
The man sits casually with a gun across his knees, lifts his hands to his mouth and projects one of the most realistic human-made animal calls I’ve personally ever heard. He yips and howls, pauses then makes another long, forlorn call.
In mere moments, a chorus of coyotes respond long and loud with howls and yips and barks. The sound is so eerie that it’s basically like watching a 30-second horror film, especially when the man behind the camera whispers, “I just saw one,” right before the video ends.