by Caleb Sparks
The wetlands are home to the muskrats. Muskrats make dens others make lodges out of sticks and mud.
Muskrats look for food in the morning and evening.Their long front teeth to help them eat water plants and cattails. Muskrats are omnivores so they eat animals too like frogs or fish.
Muskrats are brown and black. Muskrat baby's are gray and light gray. Muskrats have a tail like a beavers.
Muskrats are camouflage with the mud and water.
Muskrats can hold their breath for 12 minutes !