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Muskrats normally live in groups consisting of a male and female pair and their young. During the spring, they often fight with other muskrats over territory and potential mates. Many are injured or killed in these fights. Muskrat families build nests to protect themselves and their young from cold and predators. In streams, ponds, or lakes, muskrats burrow into the bank with an underwater entrance. These entrances are 6–8 in (15–20 cm) wide. In marshes, push-ups are constructed from vegetation and mud.
Muskrat Love" is a soft rock song written by Willis Alan Ramsey. The song depicts a romantic liaison between two anthropomorphic muskrats named Susie and Sam. It was first recorded in 1972 by Ramsey himself for his sole album release Willis Alan Ramsey. The song was originally titled "Muskrat Candlelight" referencing the song's opening lyric.
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Muskrats are unique, semi-aquatic rodents named for the musky smell and rat-like appearance. They're known mostly for their destructive burrowing in ponds, streams and dams, but there's more than this to these large wetland-dwelling mammals. Below, learn all about muskrats, including interesting facts and important habits that can help you control their damage. General Facts . Geography .
Muskrats are large rodents, and therefore are related to rats, mice, voles, gerbils, hamsters and lemmings. These aquatic animals look a lot like their relatives. They are quite round, with short legs and almost invisible ears. They grow from 16 to 25 inches (41 to 6. centimeters) long and weigh around . to 4 lbs. (. to 2 kilograms). Muskrats are very social and live in large, territorial families, according to the ADW. They communicate with others and mark their territory with a secretion from their glands called musk. The scent serves as a warning to intruders. Muskrats are considered nocturnal, though they are sometimes active during the day. Their most active times are late afternoon and right after dusk. Muskrats aren't picky.
|A1||One Hell Of A Woman|
|A5||Please Don't Tell Me|
|B3||Streets Of London|
|B5||Before The Next Teardrop Falls|
- Bass Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals – Derek "Twiggy" Minton*
- Drums, Recorder, Vocals – Jeff Van Weenen*
- Lead Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Fiddle, Mandolin, Vocals – John Smith
- Producer – Dave Richardson
- Vocals, Rhythm Guitar – Vic Jones