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On this episode of Breaking Trail, Coyote puts his nerves to the test as he attempts to handle one of the largest Centipedes he’s ever seen!

Notorious for having an extremely fierce and painful bite, the Giant Desert Centipede is an animal that commands respect.

It goes without saying that holding onto this creepy crawly will be no easy task but the real question is, will Coyote manage to escape this encounter without taking a bite?

Get ready, you’re about to find out!


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