Bogus bear tracks found on Alaska trails
FAIRBANKS, Alaska Someone is putting the scare into people walking trails at Creamer's Field in Fairbanks by laying down bogus bear tracks.
"It's either a person or a circus bear with two left front feet walking on its hands," said state wildlife biologist Harry Reynolds. "There are no hind tracks."
The tracks feature a footpad, toes and claws that stretch out 3 inches from the toes. Reynolds said it's either a boot or some little attachment someone is putting on a boot.
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