Pictures: Tracks, GA 133, Withlacoochee River 2022-07-30

What makes tracks like these?

It wasn’t people, because there were no footprints there before we walked up from the Withlacoochee River underneath the GA 133 bridge.

[What makes these tracks?, 15:01:06, 30.8503790, -83.3400890]
What makes these tracks?, 15:01:06, 30.8503790, -83.3400890

What kind of animal is large enough and drags like that?

[Something big dragging, 15:01:08, 30.8503790, -83.3400890]
Something big dragging, 15:01:08, 30.8503790, -83.3400890

The tracks angled down to the river.

[Boats and steep sand at GA 133 Landing, 15:04:39, 30.8501, -83.3397]
Boats and steep sand at GA 133 Landing, 15:04:39, 30.8501000, -83.3397000

We saw these during the Chainsaw Cleanup 2022-07-30.

 -jsq, John S. Quarterman, Suwannee RIVERKEEPER®

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