What Do Rabbit Tracks Look like?

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Rabbit tracks can be identified by the marks made by the front and back paws; these are usually different since they have different functions. Typically, the paw marks have an oval shaped pad with the back paws having slightly elongated marks and no sign on claws.
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Rabbit tracks can be found in the backyard of your home. They are little images left from the dirt that were tracked by their little bunny feet. The tracks look exactly like rabbits feet.
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