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  • noun Plural form of muskrat.

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Examples

  • Flooding during spring breakup also provides sediments and nutrients to deltas [40], which in turn help sustain unique and highly productive habitats for plant and animal species, including fish, waterfowl, and small mammals such as muskrats (Ondatra zibethicus) [41].

    Freshwater ecosystems in the Arctic

  • The process, unknown in polite circles here, though practised by the factory town "muskrats," was taught my babies by the Vanderveer boy during the Christmas holidays, which, being snowy and bright, drew the colony to the Bluffs for coasting, skating, etc., giving father such a river of senseless accidents to wade through that he threatens to absent himself and take refuge with Martin Cortright in his Irving Place den for holiday week next year.

    People of the Whirlpool

  • But investigations have found only evidence of other animals such as muskrats or raccoons.

    Gazette.com :

  • But investigations have found only evidence of other animals such as muskrats or raccoons.

    Gazette.com :

  • Nowdays with the hundreds of resident Canada Geese, ducks, heasants, squirrels, and random beaver, muskrats, quail there a .22 is still your best bet.

    If You could have just one rifle...

  • Yes | No | Report from Drew Steven Knoop wrote 9 weeks 4 days ago muskrats and a coon!!

    Field & Stream

  • Minks and muskrats might belong under state jurisdiction in some special circumstances, but you have to have feds in charge of the larger rodents.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Trouble With State Government

  • All submitted comments are subject to the rules set forth in our Privacy Policy and Terms of Use. from fliphuntr14 wrote 10 weeks 1 day ago otters or muskrats and is that a fisher?

    Field & Stream

  • Octogenarian Jersey City native Johnny Rohweder got his nickname for his skill at trapping muskrats—which he does to this very day—in the now-blighted Meadowlands.

    Down Darkened Roads

  • Nowdays with the hundreds of resident Canada Geese, ducks, heasants, squirrels, and random beaver, muskrats, quail there a .22 is still your best bet.

    If You could have just one rifle...

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