Muskrats are a species of semi-aquatic rodents found in marshes, swamps, and other wetlands around the world. They look similar to beavers but are smaller
These semi-aquatic rodents live in burrows dug in waterside banks. The entrance to a muskrat den is typically located about 6 inches below the water level, and it then extends into a tunnel that can be up to 45 feet long.
Muskrats are attracted to two things: a reliable food source and a safe place for their den. Muskrats are predominantly herbivores. Their favorite food is cattail and other aquatic vegetation.
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