Scott, the pictures showing the long track, doyou get the feeling that the track is the hindfoot as the animal is standing on its hind legs?The reason I ask is there seems to be a contrastwith the half length track where the toes areprominent. Even the toes don't seem to be froma canine. Do you think that the creature was onall fours that would account for the differenttrack configuration? These are the first tracksI have seen of the creature.
Oh! The tracks I saw were longer, thinner....but kinda like that. I couldn't make out claws cuz it was sand.
Compare to pterosaur tracs:https://pterosaur.net/terrestrial_locomotion/image003.jpg