Truck filled with dead coyotes in Saskatoon sparks debate

A photo of a truck transporting several dead coyote carcasses in Saskatoon is sparking debate online.

WARNING: Some people may find the images disturbing

Coyotes are frequent visitors to Edmonton's urban landscape. (Associated Press)

WARNING: Some people may find the images disturbing

A photo of a truck transporting several dead coyote carcasses in Saskatoon is sparking debate online.

While there is no limit on the amount of coyotes that can be killed in Saskatchewan — they are considered a pest animal by some — the photo is getting a lot of reaction on social media.

Replay the Saskatoon Morning live chat about the photograph. If you'd like to share your thoughts, post them in the comments section at the bottom of the page.

Here are some of the things people have already said on social media:

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