Rare congenital anomaly characterized by small, sharply circumscribed, multiple hypertrophy pigment lesions, often grouped in one area of the fundus. Bear track pigmentation is significantly more visible on fundus autofluorescence, where it appears as paw prints. This benign condition has no associated ocular or systemic complications, such as loss of vision. It belongs to the group of disorders called congenital hypertrophy of the retinal pigment epithelium (CHRPE).