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The storm was also blamed for washing hundreds of dead nutria ashore on a Mississippi beach.
This season’s collection continues earlier themes but is more exaggerated, with oversize bags, coats and leopard-print nutria beanies dominating the looks.
Unlike native Louisiana muskrat, which chomp the leaves of plants, nutria go straight for the roots.
The wild boar effort contrasts with one about 20 years ago to get nutria, an invasive rodent, on restaurant menus and grocery shelves.
Wildlife BuzzFeed Says: Alligators, nutrias, wild hogs, snakes, raccoons, bats, and anything else that roams the backwoods.
Terrebonne had 82 percent of the total nutria damage recorded in the latest survey.
Timber rattlesnakes usually max out at about 5 feet in length, so the ones Price has found on his property are real giants, probably feasting on rabbits and nutria.
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Origin and Etymology of nutria
First Known Use: 1811See Words from the same year
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