No They Do Not Travel In Small Groups They Travel In Large Groups === ===
no lizards do not travel in groups they travel alone.
yes. they do travel in groups.
yes starfish do travel in groups but they dont travel that much
thay travel in groups to kepe worme
Yes they would travel in small groups
No Puffer Fish Do Not Travel In Groups
yes, the barred owl does travel in groups. these groups are called oyuis.
yes they travel in groups not alone, but sometimes they travel alone. :)
Muskrats are omnivorous.
I'm a senior who loves to travel, and I've heard about senior travel groups, but have never really looked into them. Where can I find information about senior travel groups?
yes they always travel from place to place in groups
Not likely, muskrats are brown in color.
Muskrats drink water from ponds or the oceans
This depends on the mission they are put into. Generally they do fly in groups when needed. If it is a solo mission they do not travel in groups.
Monkeys of all types nearly always travel in groups.
Yes indeed muskrats do lay eggs
No. Muskrats are placental mammals, not marsupials, which are pouched mammals.
females travel in groups while males travel alone once they get old enough to mate
Cheetahs sometimes travel in groups when one of them finds prey but when they don't find anything then they don't travel.
Penguins travel in groups for protection and warmth. They also can collect more food in a smaller amount of time, in groups.
Not always but in deeper waters, they do travel in loosely formed groups.
pefowls travel in groups! DUR
Muskrats are rodents. Rats are also rodents, but a muskrat is not a rat.
They travel in groups not on there own.