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Animal Tracks

This animal's paw looks like a small human hand. It has five long toes with short, curved claws. Look for these tracks near water since they like to wade in woodland streams looking for food. Raccoon
This animal's tracks are heart shaped and made by their hooves (like toenails). Deer
Look for 3 1/2 x 1 3/4 inch-long hind foot tracks that show in front of the smaller, round 1 x 1 inch front foot tracks. The feet are usually about 6 inches apart and leaps between sets of tracks are few feet apart. Cottontail Rabbit
This animal's feet are specially adapted to grabbing things because of their human hand shape. Their front feet have five toes that all look similar. Opossum
This animal walks on the soles of their feet, the same as people, and have five toes with non-retractable claws. As a matter of fact, their hind footprint looks a lot like a human one. Bear
Created by: jngore