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Australian Water Rat
Hydromys chrysogaster
RANGE: Tasmania, Australia, New Guinea; Aru, Kai, and Bruni Islands
HABITAT: swamps, streams, marshes
BODY: 7.75-13.75 in
TAIL: 7.75-13.75 in
Australian Water Rat
This imposing rodent has a sleek, streamlined appearance, well suited to its aquatic habits. Its partially webbed hind feet enable it to perform complex maneuvers in the water. It feeds on small fish, frogs, crustaceans, and water birds which it pursues and captures. Catches are often taken to a special food store for later consumption. In the south of their range, water rats breed in early spring, producing a litter of 4 or 5 young; farther north they may breed all year round.
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Rat information compliments of Macmillan Illustrated Animal Encyclopedia
Rat illustration by Graham Allen

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