Yeeeauhh nig. Dem muskrats be livin up in da michigan.
Yes indeed muskrats do lay eggs
Yes they do.
Muskrats live in wetlends, and humans are taking that away from them. But the upsides of this are taht humans are also building canals and irrigation channels, and muskrats may live there. Their conservation status *Population* isn't in any threat though.
Muskrats depend on rivers and wetlands for food. They play an important role in wetland ecosystems where they are native. They are not adapted to deserts, and do not live in deserts.
I think Muskrats live in huts
Muskrats are found in North America, and mice can be found in most places around the world.
no they eat rainbows and poop out butterflies and they live on the moon
All the ones that I know of
no never y would you think of this
The animals that live in reeds are different kinds of birds, and muskrats.
Beavers and muskrats
Tom Holland lives in London (kingston)
muskrats eat mice,
yes, they even will share the same lodge
North American box turtles, muskrats, and the Common Crane.
The Mole Show Live in Holland was created on 1983-06-04.
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.
Rene Descartes chose to live in Holland for 20 years of his life because it was in Holland where he was able to focus on his work and concentrate on the task that he was seeking to accomplish. Holland essentially provided him the luxury of being able to live a quiet life as opposed to the hustle and bustle that he was accustomed to pursuing.
Muskrats are rodents. Rats are also rodents, but a muskrat is not a rat.