One of the fascinating things we saw at the Gibb's Gardens was these two-dimensional fabric coyotes. They are used as decoys to deter deer from eating plants. Interestingly enough, deer do not eat the daffodils, but they will eat other plants and flowers. The decoys are moved often to continue the deception.
Seems like there is a pretty important message to all of us. Something, or someone, can be presented as real. If we do not look closely, we may be deceived. They may change positions so that we believe that they are what they pretend to be. Don't be deceived by the coyotes.