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I think some were put off by the overprinting by the hind feet on the forefeet track.
 

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I think some were put off by the overprinting by the hind feet on the forefeet track.
Agreed
I will post a few pictures of the overlap and aged just to show.
Also as seen in last lot of pics not all goats drag their feet. Not sure if it is a breed or age thing but nothing to do with injuries. Very common with breeds that are from mountainous areas
 

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Auscraft, were there also some older kangaroo tracks as Mozzie suggested in the top RH corner of the left pic?
 

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Ok going to resurrect this post.

Urban environment.
Baseball mound.
Recently reticulated.

Notice the effect of sun’s position on track clarity.

Most times tracking into the sun when low in the sky is easier.

However, looking for shine on crushed vegetation is easier the other way round.

For scale a lab/retriever track.

What made the other track?

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I’m going to go with Ibis, it’s the only thing I can think that would possibly has such a big print and be walking around.


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hmmm ok if its close its maybe a "bin chicken" ??...so Ibis same as MDA ^
 

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Correct.
It is from an Ibis, made a few minutes before I took these pics.

Stay tuned for more
 

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Hi Thrud I was going to guess a lapwing for that last one but the way too small!
 

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I guess it is a little unfair using a lab print for scale, but don’t want to make things too easy!
 

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Last pic looks like a dog print next to a sneaker print heading from right to left, there is also a rather strange marking in the top left. Not sure what it is.


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Three is the number.

Direction is correct for a bonus point.

Identification is 2/3rds correct.
 
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