Mysterious footprints found in Alaska have locals baffled and many wondering if they were left by Bigfoot. The four-toed tracks, which were discovered on a trail at Denali National Park and Preserve (located approximately 230 miles north of Anchorage), were very unusual as they were on top of the ice instead of in it.
Park rangers posted pictures of the footprints to their Facebook page on March 8th with a caption that seemingly explained that they were made by a wolf, reading in part, “These raised tracks were created when a wolf compressed the snow under its paws and then a strong wind blew the surrounding loose snow away. The effect is a dramatic chain of raised tracks on the bare overflow ice just off the Mountain Vista Loop trail.”
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