Dama wallaby tracks 4sq

Dama wallaby footprints in mud.

Dama wallaby footprints in mud, showing the characteristic two-pronged print with the considerably larger medial toe pointing ahead and smaller peripheral toe angled out. The claw imprints and texture of the footpads show clearly in this example. Dama wallaby footprints are often side by side like this, because they hop on their hind legs when moving at moderate to fast speed.

Photograph: by Shane Grayling, Bay of Plenty Regional Council