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Uploader comment: Picture taken about 1 week ago and not sure what would make these type of tracks in the snow. Taken in South Eastern Alberta, Canada. Large print is about 7 feet long!!

   

 
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Comment icon #10 Posted by Pookie666 on 26 January, 2012, 7:52
What am I looking at? what is the distance from the snowy area?
Comment icon #9 Posted by Tagart on 26 January, 2012, 8:04
If you look closely, you can see the small prints of an animal mixed in amongst the larger markings. It looks to me like the small animal was foraging and scratched away the snow down to the dirt in several places. could have been a fox.
Comment icon #8 Posted by Wolffheart on 16 February, 2012, 14:51
it looks like some bird has been scratching the snow away to find something to eat?
Comment icon #7 Posted by MrVegeta1985 on 8 September, 2012, 20:28
Hey I agree with Tagart it is most likely a animal like a fox
Comment icon #6 Posted by Death_Wings248 on 1 November, 2012, 23:25
I think it isnt an unknown creature print i compared a fox footprint on images to this picture and it looks like a match so like targart said this is most likely a foxes print looking for dirt or just picking at the snow
Comment icon #5 Posted by Death_Wings248 on 1 November, 2012, 23:26
Question though anyone know the prints in the background?
Comment icon #4 Posted by Death_Wings248 on 1 November, 2012, 23:26
Question though anyone know the prints in the background?
Comment icon #3 Posted by Tsuchinoko on 4 August, 2013, 21:38
Looks like some kind of Bird of Prey.
Comment icon #2 Posted by Emeraldgemheart on 17 September, 2013, 16:11
I also agree with Tagart. It looks like something was scratching to find some food.
Comment icon #1 Posted by Lizzard777 on 18 September, 2014, 15:30
Those prints look like they could be from a raccoon


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