Muskrat

The muskrat (Ondatra zibethicus), the only species in genus Ondatra and tribe Ondatrini, is a medium-sized semiaquatic rodent native to North America, and is an introduced species in parts of Europe, Asia, and South America. The muskrat is found in wetlands over a wide range of climates and habitats. It has important effects on the ecology of wetl...
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muskrat

[n] - the brown fur of a muskrat 2. [n] - beaver-like aquatic rodent of North America with dark glossy brown fur
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Muskrat

• (n.) A North American aquatic fur-bearing rodent (Fiber zibethicus). It resembles a rat in color and having a long scaly tail, but the tail is compressed, the bind feet are webbed, and the ears are concealed in the fur. It has scent glands which secrete a substance having a strong odor of musk. Called also musquash, musk beaver, and ondatra....
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muskrat

musquash noun beaver-like aquatic rodent of North America with dark glossy brown fur
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Muskrat

Musk'rat` noun 1. (Zoology) A North American aquatic fur-bearing rodent ( Fiber zibethicus ). It resembles a rat in color and having a long scaly tail, but the tail is compressed, the hind feet are webbed, and the ears are concealed in the fur. It has scent glands which secrete a sub...
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muskrat

1. <zoology> A North American aquatic fur-bearing rodent (Fibre zibethicus). It resembles a rat in colour and having a long scaly tail, but the tail is compressed, the bind feet are webbed, and the ears are concealed in the fur. It has scent glands which secrete a substance having a strong odour of musk. Called also musquash, musk beaver, and...
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muskrat

a large amphibious rodent indigenous to North America but found also in Europe, Ukraine, Russia, Siberia, adjacent areas of China and Mongolia, and ... [1 related articles]
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Muskrat

Also known as a 'marsh rabbit' and 'musquash,' this animal is a large, aquatic, North American rodent with a red, gamey flesh. Muskrat has a lot of bones, but it makes a good stew.
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muskrat

muskrat, North American aquatic rodent. The common muskrats, species of the genus Ondatra, are sometimes called by their Native American name, musquash. They are found in marshes, quiet streams, and ponds through most of North America N of Mexico, but are absent from the extreme W and SE United Stat...
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muskrat

North American rodent, about 30 cm/12 in long, that lives beside streams, rivers, and lakes. It has webbed hind feet, a side-to-side flattened tail, and shiny, light-brown fur. It builds up a store of food, plastering it over with mud, for winter consumption. It is hunted for its fur. (Species Ondatra zibethicus, ...
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Muskrat

The muskrat or musquash (Ondatra zibethicus) is an American rodent, allied to the beaver, of the family Cricetidae, about 30 cm long, living along streams, rivers, and lakes in North America. It has webbed hind feet, a side-to-side flattened tail, and shiny, light-brown fur. It builds up a store of food, plastering it over with mud, for winter cons...
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Muskrat

Variant of the Canadian Armoured Snowmobile, 1944 [CA]
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