Muskrats are members of the Muroidea superfamily, along with many other rodents, including most mice and rats, and are part of the Cricetidae family, which includes hamsters, lemmings, pack rats, and many others. They are not "true rats" in the sense that they do not belong to the genus Rattus.
muskrats eat mice,
Muskrats are omnivorous.
Muskrats drink water from ponds or the oceans
Not likely, muskrats are brown in color.
No. Muskrats are placental mammals, not marsupials, which are pouched mammals.
No they do not.
Lemmings are rodents. Other rodents include rats, mice, groundhogs, squirrels and muskrats. There are around 4,000 species of rodents in the world today.
Yes indeed muskrats do lay eggs
Muskrats (Ondatra zibethicus) are mammals and are warm blooded.
Yeeeauhh nig. Dem muskrats be livin up in da michigan.
Yes, many. Muskrats are one of few aquatic rodents in the world.
Yes muskrats and beavers have been known to chew on water lilies.
No, they do not.