The feet are digitigrade and provided with long pointed claws.
The pes is digitigrade or plantigrade, and has three, rarely four, digits.
It was at one time held that the animal was digitigrade as to the fore-feet and plantigrade as to the hind-feet.
Some forms are plantigrade, some digitigrade, some subplantigrade.
Sometimes as in the Bears the pes is plantigrade, sometimes as in the Cats and Dogs it is digitigrade.
It is digitigrade: it has five toes on the fore, and four toes on its hinder feet; its marsupial bones are simply rudimental.
The feet are more or less hairy beneath, and the animals are digitigrade.
The mode of progression may be digitigrade or plantigrade, and the intermediate semidigitigrade mode of walking also occurs.
The tread is therefore on the toes (digitigrade), and the wrist is high up above the ground.
The feet are digitigrade, usually with five (in one instance four) front and always four hind-toes.