Which animal left these tracks?

wolf
rabbit
deer
fox
As the rabbit runs its rear legs land in front of its front paws, there­fore the rear tracks indicate the di­rec­tion of travel. The position of the front and rear paws is closer together as the rabbit slows down and further apart as it speeds up.

Answers distribution

wolf
rabbit
deer
fox
answers
flagFinland
0%
87%
6%
6%
16
flagthe United Arab Emirates
4%
72%
0%
22%
22
flagCzech Republic
10%
65%
20%
5%
20
flagNorway
20%
64%
12%
4%
25
flagSweden
10%
63%
6%
20%
30
flagFrance
11%
62%
20%
2%
35
flagthe Netherlands
11%
61%
22%
5%
59
flagSpain
5%
61%
22%
11%
18
flagItaly
11%
58%
27%
2%
36
flagthe United Kingdom
13%
56%
21%
9%
341
flagGermany
11%
56%
20%
9%
167
flagSwitzerland
18%
56%
25%
0%
16
flagPoland
16%
50%
24%
9%
14966
flagthe United States
17%
49%
19%
12%
507
flagRepublic of Ireland
15%
47%
27%
9%
51
flagAustria
16%
45%
33%
4%
24
flagCanada
15%
43%
30%
10%
46
flagUnknown
19%
29%
37%
13%
476
flagIndia
33%
29%
19%
16%
161
flagDenmark
21%
26%
36%
15%
19

Gender

men44%
women50%
wolf
17%
14%
rabbit
44%
50%
deer
27%
25%
fox
10%
10%

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Which animal left these tracks?
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