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Nutria, an orange-toothed, semiaquatic rodent, was brought to the state from South America almost a century ago to be raised on fur farms.
The rodents, which are sometimes mistaken for beavers or muskrats, are distinguished from other semiaquatic creatures by their slender, ratlike tail.
Before hard eggs, creatures lived semiaquatic lifestyles, returning to water to procreate.
Semiaquatic adaptations in a giant predatory dinosaur.
Catania says these attacks seem to be most effective against terrestrial or semiaquatic predators.
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