North America Mammal Footprints




North America Mammal Footprints measures 38.5 x 35.3 inches. A perfect teaching tool for showing how tracks look in the wild. North America Mammal Footprints displays tracks of eight common North American mammals (mountain lion, bobcat, coyote, fox, skunk, deer, opossum, and raccoon). Cast in one piece of hardened polyurethan resin, this panel can be wall-mounted or set out on a table or on the floor. This unique teaching resource also makes an interesting conversation piece in a classroom or nature centers. The track panel comes with wire embedded in the resin for easy hanging. Panel requires wooden crate for shipping – please call 509-951-3557 for shipping quote.

The Mountain Lion or Puma concolor is a large felid of the subfamily Felinae. It is native to the Americas. Its range spans from the Canadian Yukon to the southern Andes in South America, and is the widest of any large wild terrestrial mammal in the Western Hemisphere.

The Bobcat bay lynx or Lynx rufus is a medium-sized North American cat that first appeared during the Irvingtonian stage around 1.8 million years ago. The bobcat bay lynx or Lynx rufus resembles other species of the midsize genus Lynx, but is on average the smallest of the four.

The Coyote or Canis latrans is a canine native to North America. It is smaller than its close relative, the gray wolf, and slightly smaller than the closely related eastern wolf and red wolf.

The largest species within the genus Vulpes vulpes, the Red Fox has a native range spanning most of North America and Eurasia. Carnivore of the deep forest the artic tundra, prairies, and farmlands. Eurasia, North Africa and North America.

The Striped Skunk, Black Tailed Skunk, Hudsonian Skunk, Northern Skunk or Mephitis mephitis is a stoutly-built, short-limbed animal with a small, conical head and a long, heavily furred tail. The forefeet are armed with five long, curved claws adapted for digging, while those on the hind feet are shorter and straighter.

The White-Tailed Deer or Odocoileus virginianus dorsal coloration differs in shading locally, seasonally, and among subspecies; however in general it is grayer in the winter and redder in the summer. White fur is located in a band behind the nose, in circles around the eyes, inside the ears, over the chin and throat, on the upper insides of the legs and beneath the tail.

The Virginia opossum, commonly known as the North American opossum or Didelphis virginiana, is the only marsupial found north of Mexico. In the United States, the animal is typically referred to simply as a possum. It is a solitary and nocturnal animal about the size of a domestic cat.

The Raccoon or Procyon lotor is a medium-sized mammal native to North America. The Raccoon is the largest of the procyonid family, having a body length of 16 to 28 inches and a body weight 8 to 20 lbs. Its grayish coat mostly consists of dense underfur which insulates it against cold weather.

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Weight 25 lbs
Dimensions 36 × 36 in