There are many myths from Native American peoples in which a Coyote plays the role of the trickster and is often the antagonistic force. The trickster is roughly comparable to Satan in Abrahamic traditions, but is more often portrayed in myths as representing foolhardiness and other flaws; a more accurate comparison is with the Norse God Loki. It is in this sense that the Coyote stereotype formed the basis of the protagonist of roadrunner cartoons.













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