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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muskrat

The muskrat (Ondatra zibethicus), the only species in genus Ondatra and tribe Ondatrini, is a .... faeces contents, and 71% of muskrat houses were destroyed by jackals, 16% of which froze and became unsuitable for muskrat occupation.

wdfw.wa.gov/living/muskrats.html

The muskrat has a stocky appearance, with small eyes and very short, .... Muskrats may also undermine retaining walls that shore up homes, bridges, and other ...

www.wildlifeanimalcontrol.com/muskrats.html

Muskrats dig burrows into the sides of water banks and eat a strict vegetarian diet . ... This safeguard prevents many predators from entering a muskrat's home.

www.aaanimalcontrol.com/Professional-Trapper/howtogetridofmuskrats.html

So that you know where to place the trap, you'll need to locate their home. Muskrat homes usually look like cattails and bulrushes in mounds. See if you can find ...

www.havahart.com/muskrat-facts

The muskrat is a rabbit sized aquatic rodent native to North America. It has partially webbed hind feet ... Home /; Muskrat Facts. MUSKRATS. Choose another ...

bobarnebeck.com/muskrats.htm

The mounds primarily serve the muskrats as homes in the winter. The rest of the year they seem to prefer beaver lodges or boat houses along the river, and ...

m.extension.illinois.edu/wildlife/directory_show.cfm?species=muskrat

They will also construct smaller feeding houses or feeding platforms. Muskrats that live in deeper water often dig out burrows in the bank of ponds or drainage ...

icwdm.org/Handbook/rodents/Muskrats.asp

Musk is secreted on logs or other defecation areas, around houses, bank dens, and trails on the bank to mark the area. The muskrat has an upper and a lower ...

www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/kidspost/beaver-or-muskrat-heres-how-to-tell/2012/05/21/gIQA6ceOgU_story.html

May 21, 2012 ... Beavers and muskrats are the only mammals that build their homes in the water. Sometimes they create homes by burrowing into the banks ...