pugmark


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pug·mark

 (pŭg′märk′)
n.
The mark, print, track, or trail of an animal; a pug.

pugmark

(ˈpʌɡˌmɑːk)
n
the footprint of an animal on the ground
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We also get to know about their food pattern from the direct or indirect evidence that we get, be it in the form of a pugmark or the dropping of its excreta.
Moreover, scrape frequency was highest (42%) followed by pugmark (31.
We examined each pugmark and scrape of this remarkable animal with great delight,Eoe1/4A[yen] she adds with obvious delight.
But then, there it was in the paper--a picture of a leathery white-haired man, a tracker, bent over a pugmark in the mud near a dude ranch in Simi Valley, and then they turned on the TV and the reporter was standing there in the backwash of the helicopter's blades, warning people to stay inside and keep their pets with them because some sort of exotic cat had apparently got loose and could be a potential danger--and they'd both gone out back and studied the ground along the fence in silence.
The old technique, known as the pugmark census, involves taking plaster casts of tiger paw prints.
Clearly I was no longer the only predator interested in this buck as the snow revealed the pugmark of a large mountain lion.
The Track Maker Award, a bronze sculpture created from the last-known pugmark of the now-extinct Javan tiger, will be presented at the Director's Reception of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resource Conference, on Saturday, March 17 at 6 p.
Zanskar 2002 (RGS) 14 Systematic snow leopard pugmark searches will be conducted to generate population estimates within the Zanskar gorge region
In earlier census were conducted using rudimentary techniques like pugmark casting.
But the pugmark method has often been labelled inaccurate by experts.
There isn't a production banner that doesn't flaunt an outsider's pugmark.