Two sets of tracks along the Dalton Highway--a 500-mile stretch of road through Alaska's far north. Known as the 'haul road' to locals, the Dalton was built in five months time and leads all the way to Prudhoe Bay. To travel 'the Dalton' is a dream for many of America's driving and nature enthusiasts.

Do you know what kind of animal made these tracks?

In the photo on the left you see two sets of tracks along Alaska's Dalton Highway.

THE TRACKS ON THE RIGHT are from our rock-climbing, mud-eating, terrain-taming king of off-road tires, our BFGoodrich Mud Terrains.

THE TRACKS ON THE LEFT are from a mystery animal. If you can guess the animal that made them, we'll enter your name in a drawing to win an official Drive Around the World T-Shirt. A winner is selected each month!

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