Anthro Prints Attributes
The attribute sets and attributes for the above class are described below. Minor edits which enhance the current definitions should be made directly to the text. Major changes or revisions which change the attribute words should follow the directions at the bottom of this page under Proposed Changes.
Hand or Foot Print
Multiple choice. Note that bear tracks are sometimes similar to human footprints that can not be characterized as left or right. Examples for Anthro Prints.Hand or Foot Print
- Both Hands
- An adjacent pair of prints of the same size and age.
- Left Hand
- A single left hand.
- Right Hand
- A single right hand.
- Either Hand
- A single hand print that can not be categorized as left or right.
- Partial Arm
- A portion of the arm above the wrist is depicted.
- Both Feet
- An adjacent pair of footprints of the same size and age.
- Left Foot
- A single left foot.
- Right Foot
- A single right foot.
- Either Foot
- A single foot print that can not be categorized as left or right.
Multiple choice. Examples for Anthro Prints.Size
- >Life Size
- The print is much larger than the print of an adult.
- Adult Size
- The print is about the size of an adult.
- Child Size
- The print is much smaller than an adult.
- Big Digits
- The digits are much larger than normal.
Multiple choice. Examples for Anthro Prints.Number Digits
- One or more of the prints has two digits.
- One or more of the prints has three digits.
- One or more of the prints has four digits.
- One or more of the prints has five digits.
- One or more of the prints has six digits.
- One or more of the prints has seven digits.
- One or more of the prints has eight digits.
- One or more of the prints has nine digits.
One or more of the prints has ten or more digits.
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