Eastern Queens residents should protect their roadrunners as Wile E Coyote was spotted in Glen Oaks walking along the sidewalk.
“Over the last several decades coyotes have been expanding their natural range in response to ample food and open habitat,” the Parks Department spokesperson said.
“Coyotes are living within the city limits, we are aware of coyotes living in the Bronx, Queens and Manhattan,” he added.
The coyote was capture by NYPD Animal Control staff and taken to the Sweet Briar Nature Center, an animal rehabilitation center in Smithtown, Long Island.
The coyote was reportedly in good condition, the NYPD said.
The NYPD brass would niether confirm nor deny whether they found any boxes from the Acme company near the coyote.
That’s all folks.