Conservation officers will be scouring Stanley Park to locate and euthanize the coyote involved in the attack
A two-year-old girl fell victim to a coyote attack in Stanley Park Monday night, according to B.C. Conservation Officer Service.
A group of adults and children were in the parking lot near the Vancouver Aquarium when the animal pounced on the child.
The girl’s father stepped in and fended off the aggressive coyote.
The toddler was treated for her injuries in hospital.
“The public is asked to use abundant caution in Stanley Park, as there is a high risk of encountering an aggressive coyote,” the Conservation Officer Service warned in a statement released Tuesday.
Conservation officers will be scouring Stanley Park to locate and euthanize the coyote involved in the attack.
Two coyotes have been recently euthanized.
Aggressive coyote encounters can be reported to 1-877-952-7277.