5 Animals That Take Public Transportation

Keep Portland Weird

In 2008, a wild coyote boarded a train at the airport of Portland, Oregon and took a seat:

[...] but wildlife specialists removed and released it before the train took off.

Even so, the sneaky interloper is forever immortalized in a song: Sleater-Kinney's "Light-Rail Coyote."

It was one of five animals known to have used public transit to get around, including a pigeon, a goat, a cat and a monkey. You can read about them at the link.

Link -via Marilyn Terrell | Photo: Dennis Maxwell, Port of Portland/AP

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