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No planes were ever near the animal when it was spotted around 7:30 Tuesday morning...
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There was no sign of an ACME anvil, but there was a real coyote spotted running around on the tarmac of Pearson Airport Tuesday morning.

The animal was spotted emerging from a grassy area between runways, around 7:30, when it was spotted by the cameras in the CTV helicopter.

WATCH the video HERE

It ran down the taxiway in an isolated area of the airport.

No planes or people were nearby.

But according to our Bell Media partners at CTV, the airport uses a company called Falcon Environmental Services to keep an eye out for the roaming animals.

No word on what the final outcome for this coyote was.

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Photo: CTV

There was no sign of an ACME anvil, but there was a real coyote spotted running around on the tarmac of Pearson Airport Tuesday morning.

The animal was spotted emerging from a grassy area between runways, around 7:30, when it was spotted by the cameras in the CTV helicopter.

WATCH the video HERE

It ran down the taxiway in an isolated area of the airport.

No planes or people were nearby.

But according to our Bell Media partners at CTV, the airport uses a company called Falcon Environmental Services to keep an eye out for the roaming animals.

No word on what the final outcome for this coyote was.

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