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I am not convinced this is a bird at all. A bird print would have at least three clear toes. I wonder if it is a shuffling Rabbit, as there is some indication of what might be pads. What size was it?
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I spent yesterday wondering around Mitcham Common/golf course where there were some wonderful trails across the snow made by the rabbits and I have to say rabbit was my first thought when a saw this.
Am I looking at a different picture? Surely this has the four toes of a bird, three forward and two back? The snow has melted around it in a strange way, but I would agree it is a bird.
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Same picture, but we will have to agree to disagree! Some scale would help, but I don't see this as a bird, and at full size it has features that make me think mammal.
I assume you mean 'one back'. A five-toed bird would be worth seeing!
3 + 2 = 4
Maths never was my strong point! Sometimes, my own idiocy frightens me...
enlarged the print appears to show 3 large lobed toes, pushed together due to the snow.
An idea of size would be nice.
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