The print shows impression of hooves.

Only two digits are visible.

Besides the two digits, back digits are also visible on the outside of the hooves.

The print shows the marks of four digits and the central pad.

The claw prints are visible.

The print shows the marks of five digits and the central pad.

Lynx (Lynx lynx)

The lynx has been extinct in Slovenia in the past and was then reintroduced by hunters. Now, unfortunately, it is again endangered due to inbreeding.
You can tell individual lynxes
apart by the pattern of spots on their fur, which is unique to each animal.
The lynx is not dangerous to humans and actively avoids them.
Deer (Capreolus capreolus)

Deer are solitary species (except for females with young). They only congregate in large groups during the winter.
The underside of a deer's tail is white and is used for communication. When raised, it warns the other deer of danger.
The male deer's call is like a hoarse bark and is most often heard during the mating season (July–August and November–December).
Wild boar (Sus scrofa)

The wild boar is an omnivore. It feeds on a variety of plant foods (roots, herbs), earthworms, various insects and small animals, as well as carrion if it can find it.
The mating season of the wild boar is called the »rut« and lasts from November to January.
They are grouped in family packs of 10 to 30 animals, with adult males being solitary.
Brown bear (Ursus arctos)
Bears don't really sleep (hibernate) through the winter around here, but their body temperature drops a little and their heart rate and metabolism slow down. During the winter, they may also take walks around the den's immediate surroundings.
In areas where bears hibernate, they lose between 30–50% of their weight during the winter.
Cubs stay with their mother until they are two years old, during which time they learn where and how to find food.
Wolf (Canis lupus)

Like other mammal pups, wolf pups have light blue eyes at birth, which darken to their normal yellow-brown colour after a few weeks.
Only the two leading animals in
a pack (father and mother) will mate.
Wolves walk on their toes, while bears walk on their entire foot.