Nutria

• (n.) The fur of the coypu. See Coypu. • (n.) The fur of the coypu. See Coypu.
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Nutria

Nu'tri·a noun [ Spanish nutria an otter, from Latin lutra , lytra .] The fur of the coypu. See Coypu .
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nutria

a large amphibious South American rodent with webbed hind feet. The nutria has a robust body, short limbs, small eyes and ears, long whiskers, and a ... [2 related articles]
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Nutria

Although actually the common name of the myocaster coypusv many mountain men used it to mean 'beaver'.
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nutria

amphibious South American rodent
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nutria

nutria (nOO'trēu) or coypu (koi'pOO) , aquatic rodent, Myocastor coypus, of South America, introduced in the S United States for its fur, which is similar to that of beaver but not as thick or durable. The nutria resembles a small beaver with a ratlike tail. It is up to 25 in. (64 cm) ...
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Nutria

The nutria or coypu is a South American water rodent (Myocastor coypus), it is about 60 centimetres long and weighs up to 9kg. It has a scaly, rat-like tail, webbed hind feet, a blunt, muzzled head, and large, orange incisors. The fur is reddish brown. It feeds on vegetation and lives in burrows in river and lake banks. Taken to Europe and then to ...
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