Wandering around the autumnal woods here, I ran across a muddy little puddle that had been visited by at least a couple of different kinds of critters. You can clearly see the weird, hand-like footprints of a raccoon, as well as a the huge footprint of an extant therapod known for it's deliciousness (a turkey). Beercap I had in my pocket for scale.
This little puddle must have been a busy place; lots of animals had stopped by for a visit. Of course, if I was feeling snarky, I might make a joke at the expense of some dinosaur track people (about the Raccoon actively stalking the turkey, who had fled in terror from its masked foe). But, I'm not felling snarky, so I won't.
On an unrelated note, is it just me, or does everyone else out there ALWAYS want to somehow ensure animal tracks get preserved? Like dump a bunch of sand on em or something, so they enter the record. Whence comes this weird compulsion, I wonder?