Hares are gallop walkers. Each group of prints is produced by landing a fore foot first, followed by the other fore foot, and then by landing both hind feet outside and ahead of the fore feet. All hares and rodents produce this same pattern. Hares have furry feet, which produce feathery prints, each with four toes. Most animals and humans have a right dominant side. While moving, the dominant leg absorbs most of the weight as the leg on the other side swings forward. While turning, the non-dominant leg swings with longer strides to produce a turn around the more anchored dominant side. In gallop walkers, the fore foot that lands first and ahead of the other fore foot is the dominant one, which indicates the direction the track will likely turn if the animal was being chased.