Washtenaw Co., Michigan
Rabbit tracks in snow. Tracks from the back feet are usually in front of the front feet. Why? Because rabbits cross their back feet in front of the front feet when they hop. Also, the back footprints will almost always be spread wider apart than the front feet.
Phil Myers (photographer; copyright holder), Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
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