Identifying animal tracks of the Muskrat

Published on May 16, 2011 by Amy

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Muskrat tracks
Muskrat tracks

Native Americans viewed animal tracks as shadow prints on our lives – left by the spirit of the animal.

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Muskrat

Identifying animal tracks of the Muskrat indicates resilience, detachment and adaptability. Muskrats have many attributes such as inhabiting both land and water, able to adapt to surroundings, being relatively waterproof, and having a knack for going about their business undetected. Given this, when we cross paths with the Muskrat we are encouraged to tap into our own ingenuity and adaptability when dealing with our present circumstances – realizing that everything has a potential for positive outcome (no matter how bleak appearances may seem).

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