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Muskrat love

Amy Waller, of Cedar Springs, caught some wildlife in the city on camera earlier this week.

“On my way home, I thought I saw a woodchuck, so I parked my car, grabbed my camera and started taking pictures,” said Waller. “It was eating grass, and when I saw the tail, I realized it was a muskrat.”

But it didn’t hang around for long. “When I got closer it went toward and then down the storm drain on Ash St near Grant St in Cedar Springs,” she said.

Muskrats, which aren’t really of the rat family, are found mostly in wetlands, and near rivers, lakes, and ponds.

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